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INTRODUCTION 

As part of the program to welcome international visitors to 
the United States, the United States Travel Service has 
compiled this listing of plant visits from information submit- 
ted by State and Territorial Travel Offices. It does not 
represent a complete listing and in no way reflects upon 
plants that by inadvertence have been omitted. Revisions 
and additions to this list should be sent to the United States 
Travel Service, U.S. Department of Commerce, 
Washington, D.C. 20230. 

This list is arranged by State and City. For those who are 
interested in locating plants of a particular industry, it is also 
classified by industry. The plants of an industry may be 
located by referring to the page numbers shown in the 
Industry Classification Index and then by finding the appro- 
priate industry code number on those pages. 

In all cases appointments for plant visits should be made in 
advance, either by telephone or letter. Call or write the 
official listed. It should be kept in mind, of course, that 
retooling operations, vacations and emergencies may make 
it impossible for a plant to receive visitors at any given time. 

Business groups planning visits to the United States should, 
when applying for their visas at American Embassies or 
Consulates, consult with the Commercial or Economic 
Officers. Not only can the staffs at the Embassies and 
Consulates be helpful in planning business trips but, after 
plans are finalized, they can announce your visit to business 
firms and organizations in the United States. Also ask about 
the Department of Commerce Commercial Invitation, 
which serves as a letter of introduction to U.S. officials and 
businessmen. 




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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



STATE LISTINGS 

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Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 



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Colorado 10 

Connecticut 11 

Delaware 12 

District of Columbia 12 

Florida 13 

Georgia 15 

Hawaii 20 

Idaho 21 

Illinois 23 

Indiana 27 

Iowa 32 

Kansas 35 

Kentucky 36 

Louisiana 38 

Maine 39 

Maryland 41 

Massachusetts 44 

Michigan 48 

Minnesota 56 

Mississippi 61 

Missouri 63 

Montana 69 



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Nebraska 71 

Nevada 76 

New Hampshire 76 

New Jersey 78 

New Mexico 78 

New York 80 

North Carolina 82 

North Dakota 89 

Ohio 91 

Oklahoma 100 

Oregon 103 

Pennsylvania 107 

Rhode Island 115 

South Carolina 116 

South Dakota 117 

Tennessee 118 

Texas 120 

Utah 125 

Vermont 1 26 

Virginia 133 

Washington 135 

West Virginia 137 

Wisconsin 138 

Wyoming 142 

American Samoa 144 

Puerto Rico 144 

Virgin Islands 149 



INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION INDEX 15) 



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ALABAMA 

BIRMINGHAM 

95 Astralloy- Vulcan Corporation, P.O. Box 6206. 
Alloy steel manufacturer. Tour of the plant with a 
demonstration of cutting operations. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 15 maximum. Written 
advance notice of 6 weeks required. Spanish transla- 
tion available. Children not admitted. Contact Mr. 
Frank O'Neill, Vice President. Phone: 205 
853-0300. 



48 International Forest Seed Company, 3624 Sixth 
Avenue, South. Visitors see processing of certified 
orchard grown seed, including seed retrieval opera- 
tions, processing and packaging for shipment. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Advance notice of 2 days required. Children not 
admitted. Contact Mr. William Isaacs. Phone: 205 
591-1989. 



95 O'Neal Steel Company, 744 North 41st Street. Steel 
manufacturer. Tours are conducted through the op- 
eration facility, including computerized on-line 
order entry and the shipping function. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 2 hours. Advance notice of 10 days required. 
Children not admitted. Contact Hugh Williamson. 
Phone:205 591-8111. 



DEMOPOLIS 

74 Gulf States Paper Corporation, Highway 80 West. 
Paper and paperboard manufacturer. Tour consists 
of an introduction; slide presentation of mill opera- 
tions and company history; safety briefing; tour of 
unrestricted areas of the mill, followed by a 
question-and-answer session. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 2-4 p.m. 
Tour length: 1-2 hours. Group number: 6-24. Writ- 
ten notice of 6 weeks required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Richard Tenhet, Personnel Assistant. 
Phone: 205 289-1242, Ext. 280. 

GADSDEN 

5 Coosa River Garment Company (Bobbie Brooks, 
Inc.), 2636 E. Meighan Boulevard. Ladies' apparel 
manufacturer. Tours Tuesday and Thursday, 
1:15-2:30 p.m. Tour length: 35 minutes. No tours 
in July and August. Group number: 10-25. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Jim White, Plant Engineer. Phone: 205 492-3631. 

MOBILE 

88 Alabama State Docks, North Water Street, P.O. 
Box 1588. Harbor tour of port facilities. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 2 hours. Group number: 4-12. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. Contact 
Gerry Robinson, General Sales Manager. Phone: 
205 438-2481. 



95 Pittsburgh-Des Moines Steel Company, 401 Av- 
enue, West. Heavy industrial plate fabricating; 
water and oil storage tanks, stacks, ducts and 
pressure vessels. Visitors see the fabricating pro- 
cess, plant equipment and office. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 15 maximum. Advance notice 
of 1 week required. Cameras not permitted. Chil- 
dren not admitted. Contact F.C. Warrington. Phone: 
205 798-7000. 



MONTGOMERY 

36 Farmbest Foods, Inc., 950 West South Boulevard. 
Dairy. Visitors will see how raw milk is processed 
from the time it is received until it goes into storage 
room as finished product. Tours Monday, Tuesday 
and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-4 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Group number: 10-20. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Children under 10 not 
admitted. Contact Mr. Harry A. Youngworth, Plant 
Superintendent. Phone: 205 288-4071. 



51 Stockham Valves & Fittings, Inc., 4000 Tenth 
Avenue, North. Valve and pipe fittings manufac- 
turer. Tour consists of entire process of valve and 
pipe fittings manufacture beginning with foundry 
operation. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
2 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. No tours two weeks in 
July and one week in December for Christmas. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Children under 
10 not admitted. Contact Charles Puckett or 
Ernie Reeves. Phone: 205 592-6361. 



MUSCLE SHOALS 

27 Tennessee Valley Authority, National Fertilizer De- 
velopment Center. Fertilizer research and develop- 
ment center (liquid and granular fertilizers, nitric 
acid and ammonia). Tours Monday through Friday, 
7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 2-3 hours. Group 
number: 35 maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
Peter Clark, Jr., Supervisor, Visitor Relations Unit. 
Phone: 205 383-4631, Ext. 451. 



ALABAMA 



TALLASSEE 

99 Tallassee Mills of the Mount Vernon Mills, Inc., 
P.O. Box 667. Textile manufacturing — wearing ap- 
parel, industrial fabric and print cloth. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-4 p.m. 
Tour length: 1-2 hours. No tours the first week in 
July. Group number: 2-30. Advance notice required. 
Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
Pete Cottle, Personnel Director. Phone: 205 
283-2567. 

ALASKA 

ANCHORAGE 

49 Alaska Mill & Feed, Inc., 114 N. Orca. Feed 
manufacturer. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 
a.m. to 5 p.m. Group number: 4-5 minimum. 
Advance notice required. Clearances required. Con- 
tact D.G. Donatello, President. Phone: 907 
279-4519. 

106 The Alaska Railroad, 1st Avenue and C Street. A 
government-owned railroad with an interesting lay- 
out and excellent facilities for providing transporta- 
tion for the state. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 
15 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Contact Harry T. Scheaffer, Administrative Of- 
ficer, MP&E Branch. Phone: 907 265-2670. 

54 Bering Sea Originals, 430 I Street. Ceramics man- 
ufacturer. Tours Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. 
Tour length: 15 minutes. Group number: 5-15. 
Contact William F. Strane. Phone: 907 278-2421. 

27 Don Chemical Company, 1 14 N. Orca. Rendering 
works. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Group number: minimum of 4-5 persons. 
Advance notice required. Contact D.G. Donatello, 
President. Phone: 907 279-4519. 

36 Matanuska Maid, Inc., 814 Northern Lights 
Boulevard. Dairy processing plant. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 35 
minutes. Group number: 30 maximum. Advance 
notice of 2 days required. Contact Donald Dye, 
Plant Manager. Phone: 907 277-2446. 

88 Port of Anchorage, 2000 Anchorage Port Road. 
Tour of marine facility only. Tours of merchant 
vessels at berth are not available. (Dock activity is 
dependent on ship scheduling.) Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 10 minimum. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. Contact 
Joan Movius, Office Manager. Phone: 907 
272-1531. 



CORDOVA 

50 New England Fish Company (Orca Cannery, one 
mile north of Cordova). Fish processing. Processing 
of salmon from the time it arrives on the dock to the 
canned product. Also manufacture of cans in can 
loft. Plant open May 15 through September 15. 
Visitors welcome during regular processing hours. 
Contact Plant Manager or Cordova Chamber of 
Commerce. Phone: 907 424-3225 or 907 424-7260. 

50 North Pacific Processors, Inc. Salmon and crab 
processing plant. Plant open May 15 through Sep- 
tember 15 for salmon, and November 15 through 
May 15 for crab. Visitors welcome during regular 
processing hours. Contact Plant Manager. Phone: 
907 424-3267. 

50 St. Elias Ocean Products. Fish and crab processing. 
Fish processing May 15 through September 15 and 
crab processing November 15 through May 15. 
Visitors welcome during regular processing hours. 
Japanese and Filipino translation available. Contact 
Plant Manager. Phone: 907 424-7234. 

FAIRBANKS 

106 Alaska Railroad, Northern Terminus, 280 North 
Cushman. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 
5 p.m. Contact Greater Fairbanks Chamber of 
Commerce for information. Phone: 907 456-7736. 

42 University of Alaska Musk Ox Experimental Farm, 
244 Yankovich Road. Raising musk oxen for the 
wool (qiviut). Tours arranged by special appoint- 
ment only; however, a visitor's viewing stand gives 
a good view of the farm at all times. Advance notice 
required. Contact Farm Manager. Phone: 907 
479-2320. 

HAINES-PORT CHILKOOT 

54 Alaska Indian Arts, Inc., Port Chilkoot Barracks. 
Native craftsman, carvers, sculptors, etc. Contact 
Carl Heinmiller at 907 766-2160 or Haines-Port 
Chilkoot Chamber of Commerce for information. 

HOMER 

50 Alaska Wild Berry Products, Pioneer Avenue. Pro- 
cessing of wild berries into jams and jellys. 

14 Small Boat Harbor. Fishing fleet. Contact Homer 
Chamber of Commerce for information. 

JUNEAU 

14 Small Boat Harbor. Fishing fleet. Contact Juneau 
Chamber of Commerce for information. 

KETCHIKAN 

50 New England Fish Company, 930 Stedman. Fish 
processing plant. Contact Plant Manager at 907 
225-3166 or Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce for 
information. 



ALASKA 



PALMER 

108 Alaska Power Administration. Electrical power gen- 
eration. Plant open around the clock, visitors wel- 
come. Usually closed in April for annual plant 
maintenance. 
SEWARD 
106 Alaska Railroad, City Dock. Phone: 907 224-5550. 
65 Kenai Lumber, Louisiana-Pacific Corporation. 

Phone: 907 224-5202. 
14 Small Boat Harbor. Contact Harbormaster. Phone: 

907 224-3420. 
42 University of Alaska Institute of Marine Science. 
Phone:907 224-5261. 

ARIZONA 

BAGDAD 

29 Cyprus Bagdad Copper Company, Lower Main. 
Mining operation. Producer of electrolytically re- 
fined copper and copper and moly concentrate. Tour 
of the mining, milling and maintenance facilities. 
Tours weekdays except first and last weeks of any 
month, 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. 
Group number: 10-40. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Contact Jan McDonald. Phone: 602 
633-2241. 
GLENDALE 

48 Hydroculture, Inc., 99th Avenue at Glendale Av- 
enue. Hydroponic (soilless) growing equipment and 
hydroponic produce. Tour of 100-acre complex 
devoted to soilless growing of vegetables and plants 
under environmentally controlled conditions. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 50 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children not admitted. Contact 
Malcolm L. Lentz, President. Phone: 602 
934-3481. 
HAYDEN 

34 Kennecott Copper, Ray Mines Divsion, P.O. Box 8. 
Copper mine. Tour of reduction plant, secondary 
crusher, concentrator and smelter. Tours daily, 
except Wednesdays and weekends. Tour length: 3-5 
hours. Group number: 15-100. Written advance 
notice of 6 weeks required. No cameras permitted. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
J.H. Maize. Phone: 602 356-781 1, Ext. 378. 

INSPIRATION 

29 Inspiration Consolidated. Copper mine. Visitors 
view the pit, leaching and tank house. Must have 
own vehicle to go from the office to the top of the 
mine. No open-toed shoes. Tours Monday through 
Friday by advance notice. Tour length: 90 minutes. 
Group number: 15-20. Advance notice required. No 
sketches permitted. Contact Marty Winquest. 
Phone:602 473-2411. 



LAKE HAVASU CITY 

66 McCulloch Corporation, 900 Lake Havasu Avenue. 
Chain saw manufacturer. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 10-1 1:30 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m. Tour length: 
90 minutes to 3 hours. No tours the first two weeks 
in July. Group number: 10-25. Advance notice of 5 
days required. Spanish, French and German transla- 
tion available. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Contact David P. Shay, Industrial Relations. Phone: 
602 855-4171. 

PHOENIX 

66 Conner Manufacturing Company, Inc., 2540 East 
Magnolia. Repair and overhaul of gas turbine parts; 
manufacturer of precision machine and sheet metal 
parts. A general tour showing manufacturing 
capabilities, as well as examples of repairs per- 
formed. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance notice 
required. Contact James Conner, General Manager. 
Phone: 602 275-6257. 

41 Courier Terminal Systems, Inc., P.O. Box 29039. 
CRT terminals and hardcopy terminals. Tours Tues- 
day, Wednesday and Thursday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 2 hours. Group number: 5-20. Advance 
notice required. Contact James Cogan. Phone: 602 
244-1392. 

68 Mech-Tronics Corporation, 2515 East Buckeye 
Road. Speciality manufacturing of component parts 
for aircraft, aerospace and cordless telephones. Tour 
consists of a briefing on the history of the company; 
a movie is shown if it is available, followed by a tour 
of the facility. Tours weekdays, except Friday. Tour 
length: 35 minutes. Group number: 2-10. Advance 
notice of 2 days required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 18 not admitted. Contact 
Ms. Ann Donahoe, Personnel Director. Phone: 602 
267-063 1 . 

30 Mountain Bell and AT&T, 211 West Monroe. 
Communication equipment. Tours Tuesday, Wed- 
nesday and Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes to 2 hours. Group number: 5-15. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 14 not admitted. 
Contact Hazel Wright. Phone: 602 263-3239. 

72 Phoenix Newspapers, Inc., P.O. Box 1950, 120 
East VanBuren. Tour consists of seeing the com- 
plete mechanical process involved in the production 
of a newspaper. A slide presentation is given prior to 
the tour of the newsroom, wire services and com- 
poser room. Tours daily, at 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 10-30. Advance notice of 1 
day required. Children under 12 not admitted. Con- 
tact Sue Beaner. Phone: 602 271-8666. 



ARIZONA 



SCOTTSDALE 

5 Novis Denne', 7507 East Osborn Road. Manufac- 
turer of "The Roadrunner" women's sportswear 
and dresses. Tours Monday through Friday, 9:30 
a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 40 maximum. Advance notice of 2 days 
required. No sketches permitted. Contact Colleen 
Gaudino Nord, Vice President of Operations and 
Design. Phone: 602 946-3241 or 602 946-6752. 

TUCSON 

87 Kitt Peak National Observatory, 950 North Cherry. 
Astronomy research. Tour of observatory facilities. 
Tours daily, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 90 
minutes. Group number: 60 maximum. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. Contact Public Informa- 
tion Officer. Phone: 602 327-5511. 

30 Mountain Bell Telephone Company, 124 East Pen- 
nington. Visitors see operation of telephone com- 
pany. Tours weekdays, except Monday, 8:30 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. Tour length: 75 minutes. Group number: 
12 maximum. Advance notice of 1 day required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
Betty Patalajski. Phone: 602 791-2429. 



ARKANSAS 

CLARKSVILLE 

66 Clarksville Machine Works, Inc., P.O. Box 160. 
Manufacturer of hydro-coolers, custom machines 
and brick-strapping equipment. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Advance notice required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact Bill Park, Sales Man- 
ager. Phone: 501 754-2022. 

79 Virginia Fiberglass Products, Inc., 1-40 and 103. 
Manufacturer of fiberglass products, portable sanita- 
tion units. Visitors will see a demonstration of basic 
fiberglass lay-up. Tours Tuesday, Wednesday, and 
Thursday, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group member: 10 maximum. No tours on Christ- 
mas and New Year's. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Contact Gary L. Loop, Plant Manager. 
Phone:501754-6511. 

EL DORADO 

85 Cooper Industrial Products, Prescolite Drive. Man- 
ufacturer of molded rubber products. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. No tours first week in June and last two weeks 
in December. Group number: 10 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Contact Joe Buschhammer. Phone: 501 
862-6441. 



40 Prescolite, A US Industries Company, Industrial 
Road. Manufacturer of incandescent lighting fix- 
tures. Tour of die casting and metal fabricating plant 
and assembly plant. Tours Monday through Friday, 
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Contact Vernon C. Boothe, 
Plant Manager. Phone: 501 862-8181. 
FAYETTEVILLE 
5 Bear Brand Hosiery Company, Highway 71 South, 
P.O. Box 1130. Manufacturer of ladies' nylon 
stockings and panty hose. Complete tour starting 
with raw product to shipment. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. No tours first 2 weeks in July and week of 
Christmas. Group number: 6-20. Written advance 
notice of 6 weeks required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Edward Shimkus, Personnel Manager. Phone: 501 
521-4000. 

68 E.P.C. of Arkansas, 3265 Highway 71, South, P.O. 
Box 1 129. Fabrication of tubular parts for plumbing, 
refrigeration and air conditioning industries. Tour 
consists of briefing, tour of manufacturing area and 
question-and-answer session. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 60-90 
minutes. Group number: 30 maximum. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. Children under 18 not 
admitted. Contact George McLaughlin, Plant Man- 
ager. Phone: 501 443-2368. 

40 Kearney Division, Kearney-National, Inc. Manufac- 
turer of electrical transmission and distribution 
equipment. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. 
to 3 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Group number: 50 
maximum. Written advance notice of 6 weeks re- 
quired. No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
J. Claybrook, Plant Manager. Phone: 501 521-3700. 

FORT SMITH 

36 The Acee Company, 415 South 10th Street. Dairy. 
Milk processing and packaging. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Advance notice 
required. Contact A. Curtis Goldtrap. Phone: 501 
782-0383. 
HOT SPRINGS 
1 Arkansas Abrasives, Inc., Sleepy Valley Road, 
P.O. Box 1298. Manufacturer of genuine Arkansas 
oilstones. Visitors see cutting, finishing, and pac- 
kaging of genuine Arkansas oilstones. Tours Wed- 
nesday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 
minutes. Group number: 4-6. Advance notice re- 
quired. Children under 18 not admitted. Contact 
Operations Manager. Phone: 501 624-5677. 

12 Mountain Valley Spring Company, 150 Central 
Avenue. Bottled water plant. Tours daily, 8 a.m. to 
5 p.m. No sketches permitted. Contact 
John J. Downes, Director. Phone: 501 624-3101. 



ARKANSAS 



109 National Rejectors, Inc., Highway 88, P.O. Box 
1550. Money-handling systems. Tours Monday 
through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 1-2 hours. Group number: 5-10. Written 
advance notice of 6 weeks required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 18 not admitted. 
Contact Gilbert R. Audette, Vice President of Man- 
ufacturing. Phone: 501 767-2313. 

5 Whitehouse Manufacturing Company, Route 5, 
Highway 7 South, P.O. Box 171. Hospital gar- 
ments. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 1 
p.m. Tour length: 15 minutes. No tours week of July 
4. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice 
required. Contact Majeed Nahas, Plant Manager. 
Phone:501525-1521. 

JONESBORO 

45 FMC Corporation, Agricultural Machinery Divi- 
sion, 5601 East Highland Drive. Agricultural spray- 
ing and harvesting equipment, industrial high pres- 
sure pumps and sewer cleaners. Tour consists of 
introduction including film and slide presentation 
and plant tour. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. No tours on 
national holidays. Group number: 30-40. Advance 
notice of 2 days required. Danish, French, German 
and Spanish translation available. Contact Robert B. 
Stevenson, International Manager. Phone: 501 
935-1970. 

LITTLE ROCK 

33 Hoerner Waldorf Corporation, Patterson & Hoerner 
Streets, P.O. Box 4197. Manufacturer of corrugated 
shipping containers. Tours Tuesday, Wednesday, 
and Thursday, 9-11 a.m. or 1-2:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 1-2 hours. Group number: 10-20. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Children under 12 not 
admitted. Contact Vernon Withers, Personnel Direc- 
tor. Phone: 501 565-1526, Ext. 39. 

10 Jackson Cookie Company, 113 South Olive. 
Cookies. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours 1 week in 
July. Group number: 20-25. Advance notice of 3 
days required. Children under 6 not admitted. Con- 
tact T.O. Pinkerton or Harlan Moring. Phone: 501 
372-2123. 

NORTH LITTLE ROCK 

50 K.C. Foods, 3401 East Broadway. Baking powder. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 1-3:15 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. No tours in July. Group number: 
25 maximum. Advance notice of 2 days required. 
Contact A.M. Buchanan. Phone: 501 945-1456. 



ROGERS 

103 Daisy Division of Victor Comptometer Corporation, 
P.O. Box 220. Manufacturer of air guns, shot and 
toy holsters. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. 
to 2 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours on national 
holidays and 2 weeks prior to July 4. Written 
advance notice of 6 weeks required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact H. L. Bryles, Director 
of Personnel. Phone: 501 636-1200. 



CALIFORNIA 

ARCADIA 

48 Los Angeles State and County Arboretum, 301 
North Baldwin Avenue. Botanic garden with 127- 
acres of plants from every continent. Special fea- 
tures: demonstration home gardens, prehistoric and 
jungle garden and herb, juniper and aquatic gar- 
dens; tropical, orchid and begonia greenhouses. 
Also of interest are two ponds with water birds, 
reference library and gift shop. Tram tours avail- 
able. Tours daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Children under 
18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. 
Contact David Fields, Head Tour Guide. Phone: 213 
681-8411. 

63 Santa Anita Park, 285 West Huntington Drive. 
Includes stable tour, handicap lecture, Clocker's 
Corner workout and a briefing on thoroughbred 
racing and race track operations. Tours during Oc- 
tober, January, February and March, Wednesday 
through Saturday, 9- 11 :30 a.m. Other months, tours 
will be by appointment. Contact Public Relations 
Office. Phone: 213 681-7401. 

ARCATA 

65 Simpson Timber Company, P.O. Drawer V. Wood 
products. Tour through a plywood processing plant. 
Tours on weekdays during the summer at 10 a.m. 
and 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 70 minutes. Group 
number: 25 maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 12 not admitted. Contact tour guide. 
Phone: 707 822-0371. 

ASTI 

111 Italian Swiss Colony Vineyards, P.O. Box 1. Win- 
ery. Visitors are given a history of the company and 
a tour of the winery and vineyards, followed by a 
visit to the tasting room where various wines are 
sampled. Tours daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 75 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice required for groups of 30 or more. 
Contact Donna L. Sheppard, Hospitality Coor- 
dinator. Phone: 707 963-2616. 



CALIFORNIA 



BUENA PARK 

35 Nutrilite Products, Inc., 5600 Beach Boulevard. 
Food supplements and cosmetics. Visitors see a 
fifteen minute film that shows how the products are 
produced and manufactured, followed by a forty to 
forty-five minute tour of the plant. Tours Monday 
through Thursday, 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 35 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice of 2 days required. No tape recorders 
permitted. Contact Katie Berry, Supervisor of 
Tours. Phone: 714 521-3900. 

HAYWARD 

12 Shasta Beverages, Northern California District, 
26901 Industrial Boulevard. Tour of plant showing 
manufacturing of soft drinks. Tours Monday 
through Friday by reservation only. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 6-30. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 6 not admitted. Contact 
Virginia Fitzgerald. Phone: 415 783-3200. 

HOLLYWOOD 

77 Capitol Records, 1750 North Vine. Recording com- 
pany. Tour consists of the executive suite and 
recording studios, followed by a slide demonstration 
on the history of Capitol and its artists. Tours 
Tuesday and Thursday, 6-7 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 50-70 maximum. Tours by 
reservation only and confirmation required. Chil- 
dren under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. 
Contact Cindy Keeley or Beth Stebbins. Phone: 213 
462-6251, Ext. 530. 

INDIO 

50 Shields Date Gardens, 80-225 Highway 111. Dates 
and citrus fruits (grapefruit and tangerines). Visitors 
see presentation, "Romance and Sex Life of the 
Date" — a 30-minutes well spent. Several kinds of 
dates are also on display. Tours daily, 8 a.m. to 6 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 40 
maximum. Spanish translation available. Contact 
Mrs. F.F. Wilson, Office Manager. Phone: 714 
347-0996. 

LA JOLLA 

47 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 
Southwest Fisheries Center, 8604 La Jolla Shores 
Drive. Federal fishery research center. Visitors have 
the choice of viewing a film on plankton in the sea or 
hearing a lecture on research activities of the Center 
illustrated by color slides and followed by a tour of 
the Center's research facilities. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 
60-90 minutes. Group number: 15-30. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. Spanish translation 
available. Contact Mrs. Lillian Vlymen, Special 
Assistant to the Director. Phone: 714 453-2820, Ext. 
252. 



LIVERMORE 

111 Cancannon Vineyard, 4590 Tesla Road. Tours 
Monday through Saturday (by appointment for 
groups), 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tasting Room open 
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 
Sunday, 12 noon to 4:30 p.m. 

Ill Wente Brothers, 5565 Tesla Road. Winery. Tour 
through the winery (cellars, bottling line, etc.) with 
wine tasting to follow. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 
minutes. Group number: 40 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Contact Elbert Kirkman, 
Secretary, or Larry DiPietro. Phone: 415 447-3603. 

LONG BEACH 

50 The Procter & Gamble Manufacturing Company, 
1601 West Seventh Street. Food and household 
cleaning products. Visitors see a 15-minute film 
followed by a guided tour in groups of 6 to 8. Tours 
Wednesday, 1:30-3:15 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour and 
45 minutes. Group number: 10-50. Advance notice 
of 2-3 months required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Merv Jencks, Community Relations Representative. 
Phone: 213 432-6981, Ext. 305. 

LOS ANGELES 

92 Goodwill Industries of Southern California, 342 San 
Fernando Road. A short assembly is followed by a 
tour of the Contracts Department, and four floors of 
sheltered workshop where visitors see handicapped 
persons renovating clothes, appliances, furniture, 
toys, etc. Tours Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. 
to 2 p.m. Tour length: 60-90 minutes. Group 
number: 70 maximum. Advance notice of 3 days 
required. Children under 8 not admitted. Contact 
Julie Hanna, Tour Coordinator. Phone: 213 
223-1211, Ext. 223. 

50 Lawry's Foods, Inc., 568 San Fernando Road. The 
tour is through Lawry's manufacturing facilities 
where visitors see the production and packaging of 
seasoning mixes and blends. There is also a brief 
slide presentation on the history of the company and 
a look into the laboratories and creative kitchens. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 1 1 :30 a.m. , 1 :30 and 
2:30 p.m. for public tours; private tours reserved at 
other times for groups. Tour length: 45 minutes. 
Advance notice not required for public tours; two to 
three weeks' notice is required for organized groups. 
Group number: 10-50. Contact Sharon Kelly, Tour 
Programs Coordinator. Phone: 213 225-2491, Ext. 
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108 Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, P.O. 
Box 111. Water and electric utility. Tours weekdays 
by appointment only. Written advance notice, out- 
lining interests, dates and time of planned visit, and 
background of individuals, is preferred. Tours are 
not recommended for small children. Contact 
Dennis Watson, Public Affairs Representative. 
Phone: 213 481-6347. 



72 Los Angeles Times, 202 W. First Street. Daily 
newspaper publisher. Tour includes visit to editorial 
library, newsroom, composing room, pressroom and 
mailroom. Other areas may be seen by special 
request. Tours Monday through Friday, by reserva- 
tion only. Group number: 25 maximum. Advance 
notice of 2-3 weeks required. Children under 10 not 
admitted. Cameras are not permitted in specified 
areas. Contact Tom Giuffrida, Public Relations 
Supervisor. Phone: 213 625-2345. 



MENLO PARK 

72 Lane Publishing Company, Willow and Middlefield 
Roads. Publishers of Sunset Magazines and Sunset 
Books. Tour consists of lobby, editorial offices, test 
kitchens, entertainment patio and various other 
patios where visitors can see the gardens without a 
guide. Tours Monday through Friday, 10:30 and 
1 1:30 a.m. and 1, 2 and 3 p.m. Tour length: 50-60 
minutes. Advance notice required if group is more 
than 8. Contact Dorothy M. King. Phone: 415 
321-3600. 

42 Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, 2575 Sand Hill 
Road. Guided tour includes Stanford University's 
two-mile electron accelerator and bus tour of 480- 
acre center. Tour designed to interest technical or 
scientific groups. Tours Monday through Saturday; 
reservations advisable. Tour length: 2 hours. Group 
number: 300 maximum. Contact Public Information 
Office. Phone: 415 854-3300, Ext. 2204. 



96 Pacific Stock Exchange, Inc., 618 South Spring 
Street. Visitors are welcome to visit the Gallery to 
observe the operations of the Exchange Trading 
Floor. A tape recording explains the operation of the 
Pacific Stock Exchange. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Group number: 15 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice required. Tours are not rec- 
ommended for children under 12. Contact 
Joan Marie Speights. Phone: 213 627-8741, Ext. 
200. 



30 The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company, 420 
South Grand Avenue. Tour consists of a 15-minute 
film, followed by a guided, walking tour and dem- 
onstration of the operator switchboards, television 
programming and a slide presentation by Western 
Electric. Tours Monday through Friday by appoint- 
ment only. Tour length: 60-90 minutes. Advance 
notice of 30 days required. Cameras and sketches 
are not permitted. Children under 18 not admitted. 
Contact Mrs. Wilma J. Steinhauser, Administrative 
Staff Assistant. Phone: 213 621-3881. 



LOS GATOS 

111 Almaden Vineyards, 1530 Blossom Hill Road. 
Winery. Tour of original 1847 buildings which are 
still in use. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. 
to 4 p.m. No tours the first two weeks of July. 
Group number: 100 maximum. Advance notice 
required. Contact George Morrison. Phone: 408 
269-1312. 



NAPA 

111 The Christian Brothers Mont La Salle Vineyards, 
441 1 Redwood Road. Wines, champagnes and 
brandy. Tours daily, 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Group number: 5-45. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. Contact G.M. Gleeson, 
Director of Public Relations. Phone: 707 226-5566. 



OAKDALE 

32 Hershey Foods Corporation, Chocolate & Confec- 
tionery Division, 1400 South Yosemite Avenue. 
Candy and cocoa manufacturing. Visitors will see 
chocolate being conched, moulded, wrapped and 
boxed; cocoa and chocolate syrup cans being filled 
and chocolate kisses being wrapped and bagged. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8:15 a.m. to 3:30 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 50 
maximum. Advance notice of 10 days required for 
bus groups. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Contact R.E. Chicou, Manager, Customer Service. 
Phone: 209 847-0381. 



OAKLAND 

106 Bay Area Rapid Transit, 800 Madison Street. Mass 
transit system. A tour of the computer center fol- 
lowed by a discussion period. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 
2 hours. Group number: 50 maximum. Written 
advance notice of 2 weeks required. Tours available 
only for persons directly related to the transit 
industry. Contact Sharyn Saslafsky, Consumer Serv- 
ices Representative. Phone: 415 465-4100, Ext. 
277. 



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88 Port of Oakland, 66 Jack London Square. Seaport, 
airport and business and recreational properties 
management. Tour of marine terminals and Oakland 
International Airport. Tour of business properties 
arranged by request only. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tour length: 90 
minutes. Group number: 3-50. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. French, Norwegian, Chinese, 
Japanese and Spanish translation available. Contact 
Charles Seifert, Public Relations Director. Phone: 
415 444-3188. 

68 Wellmade Metal Products Company, 860 — 81st Av- 
enue. Flourescent lighting fixtures; roof drainage 
and home heating sheet metal. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 15-40. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. Contact H.D. Beck, Jr. Phone: 415 
562-1878. 

RUTHERFORD 

111 Beaulieu Vineyards, 1960 St. Helena Highway. 
Winery. Tour involves wine tasting, tour of winery 
and a multi-media, audio-visual presentation. Tours 
daily, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 45 maximum. Advance notice required for 
large groups. Contact Maynard Monaghan. Phone: 
707 963-2411. 

Ill Inglenook Vineyards, P.O. Box 19, Highway 29. 
Winery. Visitors tour the winery and vineyards, 
concluding with a visit to the tasting room. Tours 
daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 50 maximum. Advance notice required for 
groups of 25 or more. Contact Donna L. Sheppard, 
Hospitality Coordinator. Phone: 707 963-2616. 

SACRAMENTO 

83 Cal Central Press, 2629— 5th Street. Printer and 
publisher of commercial magazines. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 2 
hours. Spanish translation available. Contact 
Scott Keilholtz or Cliff Davis. Phone: 916 
441-5392. 

50 California Almond Growers Exchange, 1800 C 
Street. Almond processing plant. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. No tours during mid-July. Group number: 
10-60. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact Tour Hos- 
tess. Phone: 916 442-0771. 

50 Ocean Beauty Seafoods, Inc., 2601 — 5th Street. 
Producing, canning and packaging of seafood. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Tour length: 2 hours. Group number: 10-50. Chil- 
dren under 10 not admitted. Contact Ron McKay, 
Plant Manager, or Robert Hiltachk, Assistant Sales 
Manager. Phone: 916 446-0251 . 



ST. HELENA 

111 Beringer Vineyards, 2000 Main Street. Winery. 
Tours include a walk through underground cellars 
carved into the hillside. Tour guides are knowledge- 
able in all phases of wine-making and incorporate 
this knowledge along with the history of the com- 
pany. Wine tasting concludes the tour. Tours daily, 
9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Italian, Swiss, 
German and French translation available. Contact 
Joyce Durand, Rhine House Manager. Phone: 707 
963-7115. 

Ill Charles Krug Winery. Tour of winery with wine 
tasting. Tours daily, 10a. m. to4p.m. Tour length: 
1 hour. Group number: 25-75. Advance notice 
required. Contact John F. Aquila. Phone: 707 
963-2761. 

Ill Louis M. Martini, 254 St. Helena Highway South, 
P.O. Box 112. Winery. Technical tours for visiting 
enologists, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Nontechnical tours Saturday and Sunday morn- 
ings only. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 30 
maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. 
Please indicate which tour is desired. Contact Ms. 
Carolyn Martini or Mr. John Milano. Phone: 707 
963-2736. 
SAN CLEMENTE 

108 San Onofre Nuclear Visitors Center, Basilone Road 
Off-ramp from 1-5, south of San Clemente. Tour 
utilizes audio-visual devices, including movie films, 
pertinent to generation of electricity and the several 
prime energy sources available. Tours daily, 9 a.m. 
to 4:45 p.m. Group number: 40 maximum. Advance 
notice required for groups of 12 or more. No tours or 
visitation allowed to the generating plant. Contact 
K.P. Chisholm or T.L. Flynn, Information Center 
Coordinators. Phone: 714 492-5272. 
SAN DIEGO 
41 Dynair Electronics, Inc., 6360 Federal Boulevard. 
Manufacturer of video signal distribution and 
switching equipment; aircraft communications and 
navigation equipment. Tour begins with a brief 
orientation and demonstration, followed by a walk 
through the plant. Tours Monday through Friday, by 
appointment only. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group 
number: 2-10. Advance notice required. No cameras 
permitted. Contact W.O. Beard, Personnel Man- 
ager. Phone: 714 582-9211. 
30 Hydro Products, 11777 Sorrento Valley Road. 
Manufacturer of underwater TV systems and 
oceanographic instrumentation. Tours Saturday, by 
appoirntment only. Group number: 5-20. Advance 
notice required. No sketches permitted. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact Kathleen Murphy, 
Advertising Manager. Phone: 714 453-2345. 



CALIFORNIA 



18 Midwest Television, Inc. (KFMB-TV, AM & FM 
radio), 1405 Fifth Avenue. Broadcasting. Tour in- 
cludes visit to two television studios and two radio 
stations. (For a large group wishing to see a live 
show, contact Mel Knoepp.) Tours Tuesday, Wed- 
nesday and Thursday, 9-11 a.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 5-15. Advance notice re- 
quired. Children under 10 not admitted. Cameras 
not permitted. Contact June C. Bain, Engineering 
Secretary. Phone: 714 232-21 14, Ext. 226. 



SAN LUIS OBISPO 

108 Pacific Gas and Electric Company, "Diablo Canyon 
Nuclear Information Center," 7 miles south of San 
Luis Obispo on U.S. Highway 101. Numerous 
exhibits and two theaters which explain energy 
demand, the operation of nuclear power plants, 
ecological considerations and a local archeology 
display. Open daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; reservations 
recommended for 60-90 minute bus tour. Phone: 
805 595-2327. 



68 San Diego Plating, 2060 India Street. Metal finish- 
ing processes — decorative chrome. Tours Monday 
through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 12 maximum. Tours by 
appointment. Contact Fred Wheeler. Phone: 714 
232-7555. 



SAN FRANCISCO 

106 San Francisco Cable Car Museum, 1201 Mason 
Street. Transportation museum. Visible from the 
Visitor's Gallery is the cable-winding machinery, 
which is the heart of the cable system. Museum has 
3 cable cars, models of all 57 different types of cable 
cars which have operated in San Francisco, many 
well-captioned photographs and other pieces of 
memorabilia. Self-guided tours daily, 10 a.m. to 6 
p.m. Tour length: 20-30 minutes. Contact 
Bruce Kleinschmidt, Curator. Phone: 415 
474-1887. 



SARATOGA 

111 Paul Masson Vineyards, 13150 Saratoga Avenue. 
Producer of table wines, champagnes and brandy. 
Tours daily, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 200 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
week required for groups up to 30 persons; 2 weeks 
for larger groups. Spanish translation available. 
Contact Jan A. Wells, V.P., Director of Public 
Relations, Browne Vintners Company, 505 Beach 
Street, San Francisco, California 94133. Phone: 415 
928-3600. 



SONOMA 

111 Sebastiani Vineyards, 389 Fourth Street East. Win- 
ery. Visitors see America's largest collection of 
carved casks within historic limestone cellars. Tours 
daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. 
Group number: 40 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired for groups. Contact Loren Freburg, Tour and 
Tasting Supervisor. Phone: 707 938-5532. 



16 Steam Beer Brewing Company, 541 Eighth Street. 
Brewery. Visitors tour the brewing and bottling 
facility. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group number: 15 
maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children not admit- 
ted. Contact Linda Rowe. Phone: 415 863-1495. 



SAN GABRIEL 

48 Fred A. Stewart, Inc., 1212 East Las Tunas Drive. 
Orchid nursery. Tour consists of a brief orientation, 
followed by a tour of the laboratory, bottle houses, 
and the planting, shipping and order processing 
areas. Visitors can also browse through the 
greenhouses. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. 
to 12 noon and 1-5 p.m. Group number: 10-30. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact Mr. 
Paul Jones, Assistant General Manager. Phone: 213 
287-8974 or 213 283-4590. 



STOCKTON 

88 Port of Stockton, 2201 West Washington Street. A 
conducted tour through all of the port facilities, 
warehouses and administrative services including 
the electronic data processing operation. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9-10:30 a.m. and 1:30-3:30 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice required. 
Japanese translation available. Visitors must provide 
own transportation and check with the Administra- 
tion before being permitted through the Port Security 
Gate. Contact Patricia Sangster, Public Relations 
Manager. Phone: 209 466-601 1. 



TURLOCK 

110 Turlock Refrigerating Company, 660 Fifth Street. 
Cold storage warehouse. Tours by appointment 
only. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 2-30. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. No children 
admitted. Contact W.O. Thompson. Phone: 209 
634-4986. 



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COLORADO 

COMMERCE CITY 

49 Peavey Company, 4545 East 64th Avenue. Flour 
and feed mill. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. 
to 3 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group number: 
10 maximum. Advance notice required. No cameras 
or sketches permitted. Children under 18 not admit- 
ted. Contact Marvin Kaiser or John Ziel. Phone: 303 
289-6141. 

DENVER 

11 Denver banks. Group tours of Denver banks ar- 
ranged by Mrs. Dorothy White, Executive Director 
of the American Institute of Banking, 1554 Califor- 
nia Street, Room 205. Phone: 303 255-0367. 

72 The Denver Post, 650 15th Street. Newspaper pub- 
lisher. Tour of photoengraving room, composing 
room, mailroom, stereotype room, pressroom and 
Associated Press offices. Tours Monday through 
Saturday, 12 noon to 3 p.m. Tour length: 35 
minutes. Group number: 20 maximum. Advance 
notice required for groups. Children under 6 not 
admitted. Contact Tour Director. Phone: 303 
297-1437. 

108 Denver Water Board, 144 West Colfax. Water 
utility. Guided tour of laboratory and plant with 
explanation of operation, identification of equip- 
ment utilized and types of tests and analyses con- 
ducted by laboratory personnel. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 90 
minutes. Group number: 5-30. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Public Affairs at 303 222-551 1, Ext. 371 or 
Quality Control Laboratory at 303 794-7127. 

48 Denver Wholesale Florist Company, Inc., 4800 
Dahlia. Tour through printing department, retail 
supply department, greenhouse supply department, 
flower receiving area, tinting room, flower grading 
area, city sales department, long-distance sales de- 
partment and data-processing department. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8:30-10:30 a.m. and 
12:30-1:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours two 
weeks prior to a holiday. Group number: 25 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 3 days required. Contact 
Penney Smith. Phone: 303 399-0970. 

11 The First National Bank of Denver, 62 1 17th Street. 
Commercial banking. Tours Tuesday, Wednesday 
and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Group number: 12 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Spanish, Italian, German, Dutch, French, Japanese, 
Chinese and Portuguese translation, and sign lan- 
guage available. Phone: 303 893-2211, Ext. 2532. 



10 Interstate Brands Corporation (Butternut Bread), 
5050 East Evans Avenue. Wholesale bakery. Tour 
of storage, make-up and wrapping and shipping 
facilities used for making Butternut Bread. Tours 
Wednesday and Thursday, 1-4 p.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. No tours during summer months. Group 
number: 6-30. Advance notice of 30 days required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 7 
not admitted. Contact Donald L. Dorr, Office Man- 
ager. Phone: 303 756-3617. 

30 Mountain Bell, 1401 Champa. Visitors see switch- 
ing equipment, long-distance operators, directory 
assistance operators, service representatives and 
long lines network management. Tours second 
Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month, 9 
a.m. to 12 noon and 1-5 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 30 maximum. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Jean Waid. 
Phone: 303 624-7947. 



33 Packaging Corporation of America, 5501 Brighton 
Boulevard. Corrugated shipping containers, pa- 
perboard manufacturing. Tours Tuesday, Wednes- 
day and Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Group number: 
35 maximum. Phone: 303 288-2601. 



10 Rainbo Bread Company, 7300 Brighton Boulevard, 
P.O. Box 268. Bakery. Tour consists of a short film 
and a visit to the production area where bread and 
buns are being produced. Tours weekdays except 
Tuesday, 1:30-5 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. 
No tours June through August. Advance notice of 3 
days required. Contact Jerry Vickery. Phone: 303 
288-2677. 



72 Rocky Mountain News, 400 West Colfax. News- 
paper publisher. Tour covers all aspects of news- 
paper publishing (i.e., editorial department, com- 
posing, platemaking, printing, mailroom, circula- 
tion and advertising). Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 35 maximum. Tours by appointment only. 
Children under 10 not admitted. Contact- 
Jill Jackson. Phone: 303 892-5282. 



70 United States Mint, 320 West Colfax Street. Sum- 
mer: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Winter: 9-1 1 a.m. and 1-2:30 
p.m. Closed weekends and holidays and for two 
weeks in June while inventory is being taken. 
Phone: 303 297-3582. 



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LITTLETON 

75 Marathon Oil Company, Denver Research Center, 
7400 South Broadway. Proprietary petroleum re- 
search in exploration, production, refining and 
chemicals; tertiary oil recovery emphasis. Visitors 
see scanning electron microscope, mass spectromet- 
ers, Burroughs B6500 computer, computer graphics 
terminal, petroleum "cracking" tower, core storage 
and thin-section laboratory, disc and linear core 
flooding equipment and chemical storage areas. 
Tour also includes support facilities: research li- 
brary, auditorium, print shop, etc. Tours Thursday 
and Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 45-60 
minutes. Group number: 40 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Translation services 
available for German, Russian, Spanish, French, 
Dutch and some Iranian and Arabic dialects. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact Jack Gilligan, Communica- 
tions Specialist. Phone: 303 794-2601. 

PUEBLO 

95 CF&I Steel Corporation, P.O. Box 316. Integrated 
steel mill producing steel rails, seamless tubing, 
wire products, bars, structural, etc. Bus tour of 
entire steel-making operations from raw materials to 
finished product with visitor platform viewing at 
selected finishing mills. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9:45 a.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Group 
number: 40 maximum. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Bill Brill. Phone: 303 561-6442. 



CONNECTICUT 

FAIRFIELD 

66 J.L. Lucas Machinery, Inc., 1296 Kings Highway 
Cutoff. Rebuilders of and dealers in used machin- 
ery. Tours Monday through Friday, 9:30-11 a.m. 
and 1:30-4 p.m. Group number: 10-20. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Children not admitted. 
Contact: Culbert S. Strauss, President. Phone: 203 
259-3393. 

FARMINGTON 

20 Associated Architects, Spring Lane. Industrial ar- 
chitects. Explanation of basic philosophy and layout 
projects on hand. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. Group 
number: 40 maximum. Advance notice of 2 days 
required. Contact: Charles M. Newman. Phone: 203 
677-2801. 



90 The F.I. P. Corporation, Farmington Industrial Park, 
Box 354. Designers, developers and builders of 
modern, environmentally planned and constructed 
industrial parks and commercial buildings. Tour 
consists of a short briefing and showing of F.I.P.'s 
film "Emphasis Man," and a walking tour or ride 
through the Farmington Industrial Park prototype, 
which is rated as one of the most attractive and 
environmentally planned industrial parks in the 
United States. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: one hour to all day 
depending on the number of industrial parks to be 
visited. Group number: 8 maximum. Advance 
notice required. Children under 17 not admitted. 
Contact George G. Adrian, Director of Public Rela- 
tions. Phone: 203 677-1361. 



HARTFORD 

60 The Travelers Insurance Company, One Tower 
Square. Insurance. Tour of the Travelers Tower 
only. Tower open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
3 p.m. Tour length: 20-30 minutes. Tower closed 
November through April and on national holidays. 
Group number: 20 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired for groups larger than 20 persons. Contact 
Tower Receptionist. Phone: 203 277-2431. 



MERIDEN 

72 The Meriden Record Company, 11 Crown Street. 
Newspaper publisher. Tour of facilities with expla- 
nation of all aspects of publishing a daily news- 
paper. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 8-30. 
Advance notice of 3 weeks required. Contact 
David T. Lucey, Assistant General Manager. 
Phone:203 235-1661. 



MIDDLEBURY 

85 Uniroyal, Inc., Oxford Management & Research 
Center. Tires, timing belts, golf balls, Keds shoes 
and other rubber and plastic products. Tour of 
corporate offices only. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 2-8. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
B.L. Evans, Corporate Personnel Manager at 203 
573-2727 or Rita Garramone, Personnel Supervisor 
at 203 573-2728. 



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WATERBURY 

14 AMF Alcort Division, South Leonard Street. Sail- 
boat manufacturer. Visitors see how fiberglass sail- 
boats are built from start to finish. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 2 
hours. Group number: 5-10. Plant closed 2 weeks 
during the middle of August. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. Italian, Portuguese and Spanish 
translation available. No cameras or sketches per- 
mitted. Contact Miss M.A. Rockwell, Personnel 
Manager. Phone: 203 756-7091 . 

WILLIMANTIC 

99 American Thread Company, 322 Main Street. Pro- 
ducer of synthetic industrial threads and hand- 
knitting yarns. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 12 noon and 1-4 p.m. Group number: 6-40. 
Written advance notice of 6 weeks required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact: Mr. Paul J. Milone, Training 
Supervisor. Phone: 203 423-257 1 . 



DELAWARE 

MIDDLETOWN 

3 Summit Aviation Incorporated, Route 896. Fixed 
base aviation (sales, avionics-electronics, aircraft 
service, flight school, air taxi facilities). Advance 
arrangements required. Contact John Morgan. 
Phone: 302 656-2274 or 302 737-7300. 

NEWARK 

49 Dayett Mills, Inc., Old Baltimore Pike near Purgat- 
ory Swamp Road. 18th century water-powered grist 
mill. Tour includes following grain from storage 
bins through the process of grinding, cleaning, 
sifting and packaging. Advance arrangements re- 
quired. Contact Raynor Johnson. Phone: 302 
731-1500. 

WILMINGTON 

72 The News-Joumal Company, 831 Orange Street. 
Newspaper publishing and printing plant. Tour in- 
cludes newsroom, composing room, printing and 
distribution operations, press and library. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Ad- 
vance arrangements required. Contact Ms. 
Lois Lawrence. Phone: 302 654-5351, Ext. 248. 

88 Port of Wilmington, foot of Christiana Avenue 
(P.O. Box 1191). Walking tour of ship unloading 
facilities, warehouses and physical extent of the 
port. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Advance arrangements required. Contact 
Donal J. Alfieri, Port Director. Phone: 302 
656-8566. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

WASHINGTON 

56 The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, 
N.W. Residence of the President. Entrance on East 
Executive Avenue. Open to the public Tuesday 
through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 12 noon; closed 
Sundays, Mondays and legal holidays. 

61 Bergmann's Laundry, .623 G Street, N.W. Tours 
through the Rug Department, by appointment. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Contact Mr. Richard Bergmann. 
Phone: 202 737-5400. 

48 Botonic Gardens, First and Maryland Avenue, S.W. 
Tropical gardens and special exhibitions during the 
entire year. Open daily; winter, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; 
summer, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Phone: 202 225-8333. 

56 Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Department of 
the Treasury, 14th and C Streets, S.W. Continuous, 
self-guided tours of great interest, showing the 
making of U.S. paper money, stamps and bonds. 
Tours daily, 8-1 1:30 a.m. and 12:30-2 p.m., except 
legal holidays. Tour length: 25 minutes. A very 
popular tour and no reservation is necessary. Phone: 
202 964-7611. 

30 Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company, 930 
H Street, N.W. Tours available by special arrange- 
ment. Contact Mrs. Simms. Phone: 202 392-2226. 

56 Civil Service Commission, 19th and E Streets, 
N.W. Groups invited by appointment, for one-hour 
session, including a talk on "Introduction to Gov- 
ernment" and a film on the work of the Commis- 
sion. Contact Mr. Hoff. Phone: 202 632-6156. 

56 Department of Agriculture, Administration Build- 
ing, Main Entrance, Jefferson Drive and 13th Street, 
S.W. Special exhibits in the patio. Open daily, 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Contact 
Mr. Gifford. Phone: 202 447-631 1 . 

48 Department of Agriculture, National Arboretum, 
24th and R Streets, N.E. Four hundred and fifteen 
acres of flowering trees and shrubs. Administration 
Building of architectural interest. Open November 
through March, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m.; Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, 10 a.m. to 
5 p.m.; April through October, Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturdays, Sundays and 
holidays, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The National Bonsai 
Collection is open daily, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tours 
available with advance arrangement of three weeks. 
Phone: 202 399-5400. 

56 Department of Commerce, 14th Street, between 
Constitution Avenue and E Street, N.W. No tours, 
but the building is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The 
lobby has a census clock, a seismograph and the 
latest weather details. An aquarium is located on the 
lower level. 



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56 Department of the Interior, 18th and C Streets, 
N.W. No tours. Building open Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Museum, Indian Craft 
Shop. Contact Mr. Louis Churchville, Office of 
Public Affairs. Phone: 202 343-3173. 

56 Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Department 
of Justice, 9th and Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. This 
is an extremely popular and a heavily booked tour. 
Regular tours Monday through Friday, 9:15 a.m. to 
4:15 p.m., except on legal holidays. Groups must 
write or call three to six months in advance (letters 
are preferred for large groups) for reservations. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Phone: 202 324-3447. 

53 National Housing Center, 15th and M Streets, N.W. 
Open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 
Contact the Industry Relations Department. Phone: 
202 452-0200. 

56 Naval Observatory, 34th and Massachusetts Av- 
enue, N.W. Open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. 
to 3 p.m.; closed weekends and holidays. As- 
tronomers on duty will answer questions. Exhibits in 
several telescope buildings open to the public; no 
preschool children admitted. Night tours are avail- 
able on special days of each month. Phone: 202 
254-4533. 

56 U.S. Postal Service, 475 L'Enfant Plaza, S.W., 
First Floor. Open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
5 p.m. See the Philatelic Exhibition and the Stamp 
Sales Unit. 

56 Voice of America, U.S. Information Agency, Sec- 
ond Floor, 330 Independence Avenue, S.W. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9, 10 and 11 a.m. and 1, 
2, 3 and 4 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Groups 
should call or write in advance to the Office of 
Public Information for reservations. Phone: 202 
755-4744. 



FLORIDA 

HIALEAH 

21 Yale Ogron Manufacturing Company, Inc., 671 
West 18th Street. Aluminum windows and sliding 
glass doors. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. Tour length: 15 minutes. Group number: 6 
maximum. Spanish translation available. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact M.H. Caswell. Phone: 305 
887-2646. 



JACKSONVILLE 

66 Irvington-Moore Division, U.S. Natural Resources, 
Inc., 1220 West State Street. Dry kilns, veneer 
dryers and lumber-handling equipment. Tour of 
manufacturing plant, engineering department and 
offices. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. No tours during 
Christmas week. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Spanish trans- 
lation available. Children under 18 not admitted. 
Contact Peter M. Cumming, Manager, International 
Sales. Phone:904 354-2301. 

MIAMI 

22 International Communications Corporation (A 
Milgo Company), 8600 N.W. 41st Street. Data 
communications equipment manufacturer — modems 
and accessory items, and also terminals. Tour of 
ICC Administrative building and manufacturing 
building. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 

4 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. Group number: 

5 maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact Mr.- 
Jack B. Gerber, Vice President, International Oper- 
ations. Phone: 305 592-7654. 

5 King Cole, 66 N.W. 22nd Street. Girl's swimwear 
and sportswear manufacturer. Observe complete 
children's wear manufacturing operation from de- 
signing, cutting and sewing to shipping. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9-11 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. 
Tour length: 30-60 minutes. Group number: 30 
maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. 
Spanish translation available. Contact Larry 
Mizrach. Phone: 305 573-7050. 

36 Mc Arthur Dairy, Inc., 6851 N.E. 2nd Avenue. Milk 
bottling plant. Complete milk processing and bottl- 
ing operation in paper and plastic cartons. Tours 
weekdays except Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 
p.m. Tour length: 30-60 minutes. Group number: 30 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 day required. 
Spanish translation available. Contact Duane Rutte, 
Director of Milk Processing. Phone: 305 754-4521. 

PINELLAS PARK 

3 Aircraft Porous Media, Inc., 6301 — 49th Street 
North. Manufacturer of filters and filtration systems 
for aircraft. Visitors see development of raw casting 
and porous media into finished product. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 30-45 minutes. No tours during two weeks in 
July. Group number: 24 maximum. Advance notice 
of 1 week required. Contact Robert J. Spennato, 
Personnel Director. Phone: 813 522-2131. 



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PORT EVERGLADES 

88 Tracor Marine, Inc., Southeast 19th Avenue and 
35th Street, P.O. Box 13107. Ship repair and 
oceanographic research. Tour consists of shipyard 
repair facilities, including syncrolift and floating 
drydock. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Weekend tours by special arrangement. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Translation services available. Young children visit 
at their parents' risk. Contact Frederick V. Brooks, 
Administrative Vice President. Phone: 305 
523-2546. 

SARASOTA 

68 Rexnord, Inc., 4675 Clark Road. Manufacturer of 
hydraulic valves. Tour through manufacturing and 
office areas, plus a sixteen-minute video tape pres- 
entation. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 3-10. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact D. B. Whitehouse, 
Personnel Manager. Phone: 813 924-1284. 



14 Wellcraft Marine Corporation, 8151 Bradenton 
Road. Manufacturer of fiberglass boats. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. No tours 
July 1-15 and December 20-31. Group number: 20 
maximum. Advance notice required. No sketches 
permitted. Contact Ben Rainville. Phone: 813 
355-9711. 



TAMPA 

16 Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company, 11111 North 
30th Street. Brewery — Schlitz and Old Milwaukee. 
A visit to the Tampa Plant of Joseph Schlitz Brewing 
Company includes a guided tour through the brew- 
ery and a sample of the beer. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 20-30 
minutes. Group number: 20 maximum. Advance 
notice required for large groups. No cameras permit- 
ted. Contact Ms. Mary L. Dixson, Tampa Hospital- 
ity. Phone: 813 971-7070, Ext. 228. 



50 Singleton Packing Corporation, P.O. Box 2819, 
5024 Uceta Road. Frozen seafood products. Tour 
includes receiving of raw material through complete 
manufacturing process and quality control steps to 
finished product in frozen storage. Tours weekdays 
by appointment. Advance notice of 2 weeks re- 
quired. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 18 not admitted. Contact Don Toloday, Vice 
President of Production. Phone: 813 247-1 171 . 



55 Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Company, 11316 — 
46th Street. Glass container manufacturing. Tours 
Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 90 minutes. Group number: 20 maximum. 
Advance notice of 2 days required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 14 not admitted. 
Contact Harold F. Shaver, Personnel Manager. 
Phone: 813 971-8020. 



72 The Tribune Company, 202 South Parker Street. 
Publisher of Tampa's two daily newspapers, The 
Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times. Visitors will 
view entire newspaper printing operation in the 
newest printing plant in the United States. Tour of 
newsrooms, computers, platemaking department 
and pressroom. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 
30 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Spanish and Japanese translation avilable. Children 
under 12 must be accompanied by parents. Contact 
Craig Pearce, Educational Services Coordinator. 
Phone: 813 272-7765. 



101 Villazon and Company, Inc., 3104 North Armenia 
Avenue. Cigar manufacturer. Visitors see how 
cigars are made by machine and by hand; cellophan- 
ing and banding by machine and hand and selecting 
of colors. Tours Monday through Friday, 8:30-10:30 
a.m. and 1-2:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. No 
tours the last week in June to third week in July and 
week before Christmas to January 15. Group 
number: 20 maximum. Advance notice requested. 
Spanish translation available. Children welcome if 
accompanied by an adult. Phone: 813 879-2291. 



VERO BEACH 

3 Piper Aircraft Corporation, Vero Beach Division, 
Piper Drive, P.O. Box 1328. Aircraft manufacturer. 
Tour consists of an orientation slide presentation 
followed by a guided tour through the plant, includ- 
ing fabrication, assembly and the quality test flight 
area. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. and 2 
p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. No tours for two days 
during the year for inventory purposes (usually in 
June or July). Group number: 20 maximum. Trans- 
lation services available upon special request in 
advance. No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
Dan Callahan, Manager of Employee Relations. 
Phone: 305 567-4361. 



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WEST PALM BEACH 

72 The Palm Beach Post and Times, 2751 South Dixie 
Highway. Newspaper plant for the city's two daily 
papers. Tour of reporters' areas, art department, 
offices and production areas (including presses), 
with an explanation of each department's function. 
Tours weekdays, 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 2-4 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 5-20. Advance 
notice of 2-3 weeks required. Spanish translation 
available. Children under 10 not admitted. Contact 
Vivian Geer, Promotion Manager. Phone: 305 
833-7411, Ext. 281. 



GEORGIA 

ALBANY 

69 U.S. Marine Corps Logistics Support Base. Tour of 
base facilities, some working areas and wildlife 
refuge. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 
4:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 3-25. 
No tours December 2 1 to January 3. Advance notice 
of 2 weeks required. Teenagers and children wel- 
come if accompanied by parent or guardian. Contact 
Public Affairs Officer. Phone: 912 439-5215 or 912 
439-5216. 

ASHBURN 

50 Gold Kist Peanuts, West Washington Street. Shel- 
ling and grading of peanuts. Tour of plant with 
general explanation of the different phases of the 
peanut industry. Tours weekdays, September 
through May, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 2-10. Contact W. R. Davis, Plant 
Manager. Phone: 912 567-331 1 . 

ATLANTA 

62 Atlanta Belting Company, Inc., 560 Edge wood 
Avenue, N.E. Manufacturing and fabrication of 
industrial belting (leather and rubber). Tours week- 
days, 9-11:45 a.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours 
July 1-15. Group number: 12 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 day required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 18 not admitted. Contact 
Ernest D. Key, Jr. Phone: 404 688-1483. 



11 The First National Bank of Atlanta, 2 Peachtree 
Street. Banking. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 5 p.m. Group number: 50 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice required. Spanish translation available. 
Contact Wilburn A. Askew, Senior Vice President. 
Phone: 404 588-5709. 

60 Life Insurance Company of Georgia, 600 West 
Peachtree Street, N.W. Life and health insurance. 
Tour of large office building housing home office of 
life and health insurance operations, including data 
processing area, large clerical departments, meeting 
rooms and executive offices. Tours Monday through 
Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 5-20. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Mary James Atkinson, Assistant Director of Public 
Relations. Phone: 404 881-8800. 

98 Neiman-Marcus Company, Lenox Square, 3393 
Peachtree Road, N.E. Specialty department store. 
Tour of store, including works of art and unique 
merchandise. Tours Monday-Thursday-Friday, 10 
a.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Tuesday-Wednesday-Saturday, 
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tour length: 20-60 minutes. 
Group number: 10-25. Tours by appointment only. 
Translation services available for French, Spanish, 
Italian, and with prior notice, Japanese and German. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children must be 
accompanied by an adult. Contact Ms. Sally White, 
Public Relations Manager. Phone: 404 266-8200, 
Ext. 361 or 362. 

30 Scientific- Atlanta, 3845 Pleasantdale Road. Man- 
ufacturer of products for telecommunications, satel- 
lite and cable communications and microwave in- 
struments. Tour consists of a brief orientation of 
company products followed by tour of main plant 
(metal shops and electronic assembly areas). Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 90 minutes. Group number: 30 maximum. 
Written notice of 6 weeks required. German and 
Spanish translation available. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 18 not admitted. 
Contact Susan W. Lile, Employment Manager. 
Phone: 404 449-2000. 



Delta Air Lines, Inc., Hartsfield Atlanta Interna- 
tional Airport. Tour includes a walk through of the 
various maintenance shops and a tour of an airplane. 
Tours Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 10 a.m. 
Tour length: 90 minutes. Group number: 8-35. 
Written notice of 2 months required. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact Karen Johnson, Film 
Librarian — Public Relations. Phone: 404 762-2251. 



18 WSB Radio and Television, 1601 West Peachtree 
Street, N.E. Broadcasting. Tour of radio and televi- 
sion studios, news departments and weather center. 
Tours weekdays by reservation. Tour length: 30-45 
minutes. Group number: 45 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 month required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 6 not admitted. Contact 
Personnel Office. Phone: 404 897-7369. 



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AUGUSTA 

74 Continental Group, Inc., P.O. Box 1425. Manufac- 
turer of bleached paperboard. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 1 1 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 6-20. Advance notice of 1 
week required. No cameras permitted. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact David R. Elliott, 
Industrial Relations Manager. Phone: 404 798-571 1 . 

31 Martin Marietta Aggregates, Southeast Division, 
Georgia District Office, P.O. Box 4380. Crushed 
stone. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 5-15. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Clearances 
required for any publication of operations, facts, 
sketches, pictures, etc. Contact C.A. Weaks or 
Bill McCorkle. Phone: 404 738-7762. 

72 Southeastern Newspapers, 725 Broad Street. News- 
paper. Tour meets in lobby of newsbuilding for an 
introduction of the tour, then to newsroom, pres- 
sroom, mailroom, composing room and warehouse. 
Tours Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 11 a.m. to 
1 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 20 
maximum. Advance notice required. Children under 
6 not admitted. Contact Betty Richardson, Secretary 
to Circulation Director. Phone: 404 724-0851, Ext. 
260 or 272. 

BARNESVILLE 

85 The General Tire & Rubber Company, Aldora Mills 
Division, One General Street. Textile — tire fabric. 
A leisurely tour of the plant with an explanation of 
each process of the operation. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. No tours the first two weeks of July. Group 
number: 15 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 12 not admitted. Contact Plant Manager. 
Phone:404 358-1150. 

BAXLEY 

82 Georgia Power Company & Oglethorpe Electric 
Membership Corporation (Edwin I. Hatch Visitors 
Center), P.O. Box 442. Generation of electricity 
using nuclear power. A self-guided tour through a 
series of multi-media exhibits examining the genera- 
tion of electricity and the reasons why nuclear fuel is 
a viable source. Tour does not include a visit to the 
nuclear plant. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. 
to 5 p.m.; Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Tour length: 40-60 
minutes. Group number: 70 maximum. Advance 
notice required for groups of 20 or more. Contact 
Director, Edwin I. Hatch Visitors Center. Phone: 
912 367-3668. 



BRUNSWICK 

68 Babcock & Wilcox Company, South Albany Street. 
Boiler components, TLT fans and air heater surface 
lines. Tour of storeroom, the 415 shop, TLT test site 
and seaboard shop. Tours Monday through Friday, 
7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Group 
number: 10-20. No cameras permitted. Children 
under 18 not admitted. Contact R.R. Morris, Em- 
ployee Relations Manager. Phone: 912 265-0510. 

73 Dixie O'Brien Division, The O'Brien Corporation, 
2700 Glynn Avenue. Paint manufacturer — 
varnishes, house, automotive and industrial paints. 
Observe how raw materials are received, processed, 
stored and shipped. Tour also includes office, 
laboratories and data processing. Tours weekdays, 8 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 45-60 minutes. Spanish 
and German translation available with prior notice. 
Contact John Warner, Customer Service Manager. 
Phone:912 265-7650. 

31 Seaboard Construction Company, Route 99, North 
Sterling. Asphaltic concrete. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 min- 
utes. Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact 
Jack Kite. Phone: 912 265-6410. 

CARROLLTON 

68 Southwire Company, 5 Fertilla Street. Electrical 
wire and cable. Observe wire and cable 
manufacturing — furnaces, stranding of wire and in- 
sulation of cable. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 
35-50. Advance notice of 1 week required. French 
and Spanish translation available. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 6 not admitted. 
Contact Marvin Williamson. Phone: 404 832-6311, 
Ext. 4307. 
CEDARTOWN 

68 Star Manufacturing Company, 10th and Pryor. 
Metal building fabrication — metal building systems. 
' Tour of plant to view metal building components 
being fabricated (includes shearing, welding, paint- 
ing, roll forming, packaging and shipping). Tours 
Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 5-25. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. No children admitted. 
Contact Mr. Pete Norris, Plant Manager. Phone: 404 
748-6633. 

COLUMBUS 

83 The Litho-Krome Company, 1039— 13th Street, 
P.O. Box 988. Printers and lithographers. Tours by 
appointment only. Tour length: 2 hours. Group 
number: 2-16. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact Mrs. J. Tom Morgan, Jr., 
or Mr. Lamar Powers. Phone: 404 324-421 1. 



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72 R.W. Page Corporation, 1 1 & 17 West 1 1th Street. 
Newspaper production and distribution. Tour con- 
sists of newsrooms and production facilities, includ- 
ing explanations of wire services, advertising, prod- 
uction procedures, etc. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. 
Group number: 10-25. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Contact Milton Miles, Promotion Assis- 
tant. Phone:404 322-8831. 

50 Tom's Foods, Ltd., 900— 8th Street. Peanut pro- 
ducts and confections. Tour consists of candy plant, 
peanut processing plant and bakery plant. Tours 
Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 2 days 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
Phil Badcock. Phone: 404 323-2721. 

CONYERS 

40 Lithonia Lighting, a Division of National Service 
Industries, Inc., 1335 Industrial Boulevard, N.W. 
Lighting fixture manufacturer — fluorescent and high 
intensity lighting. Tour consists of the following 
departments: research and development, fabrication, 
paint, assembly, tool and die and plastics. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 90 minutes. No tours during week of July 4. 
Group number: 2-20. Written notice of 6 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 16 not admitted. Contact Industrial 
Relations Manager or Industrial Relations Super- 
visor. Phone: 404 483-8731, Ext. 245. 



DORAVILLE 

7 General Motors Corporation, GM Assembly Divi- 
sion, 3900 Motors Industrial Way. Assembly of 
Oldsmobile Cutlass, Chevrolet Monte Carlos and 
Chevelle's. Observe assembly of cars, from the raw 
metal to the finished product. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. 
No tours August 1 through September 15. Group 
number: 50 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. No clearance required for competitive 
industries, if making a "wide aisle" tour as given to 
the general public. Clearance is required for a more 
detailed tour, and must be cleared in advance 
with Mr. A. O'Keefe, Director of Public Relations, 
GM Assembly Division, 30007 Van Dyke Avenue, 
Warren, Michigan 48090. No cameras or sketches 
are permitted. Children under 8 not admitted unless 
accompanied by an adult. Contact Ms. 
Millie Tucker, Receptionist. Phone: 404 455-5254. 



EAST POINT 

33 International Paper Company, 2323 North Sylvan 
Road. Manufacturer of plastic-coated milk cartons. 
Visitors view converting operation from roll stock to 
finished cartons — packed and ready to ship to cus- 
tomer. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 
p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group number: 15 
maximum. Written notice of 6 weeks required. 
Contact Richard L. Engle, Plant Manager. Phone: 
404 767-4371. 



CORDELE 

65 Cordele Sash Door & Lumber Company, 134 Ninth 
Avenue, West. Lumber manufacturer. Tour includes 
visit to log yard, debarker saw operations, chipper, 
grading chain, planing mill, automatic stacker, 
kilns, drying yard and storage sheds. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 
minutes. No tours during week of July 4. Group 
number: 10 maximum. Advance notice of 2 days 
required. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Ben I. Thornton, III, Vice President. Phone: 912 
273-2711. 



65 William C. Meredith Company, Inc., 2335 Lawr- 
ence Street. Wood preserving manufacturer of 
pressure-treated poles, crossarms, lumber, post and 
construction poles. Complete tour of wood preserv- 
ing plant including pole yard, crossarm and lumber 
mill, boiler room, treating room and laboratory. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Advance notice of 3 days required. Children under 
18 not admitted. Contact W. C. Meredith, III. 
Phone:404 767-2621. 



DALTON 

24 J & J Industries, Inc., J & J Drive. Carpet manufac- 
turing. Observe yarn processing, tufting process, 
testing methods and backing processes. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 
30-45 minutes. No tours week of July 4 and Christ- 
mas. Group number: 8 maximum. Advance notice 
of 2 days required. Contact Frank Powell. Phone: 
404 278-4454. 



73 William Armstrong Smith Company, 2675 Martin 
Street. Paints. Tours Monday through Thursday, 9 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 
25 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
No cameras permitted. Children under 12 not admit- 
ted. Contact C. H. Sudduth, Production Manager, or 
R. S. Whittier, Vice President. Phone: 404 
767-0564. 



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ELBERTON 

31 Elberton Granite Association, Inc., No. 1 Granite 
Plaza. Trade association representing the wholesale 
manufacturers of Elberton Granite memorial pro- 
ducts. Tour of granite quarries, sawing and fabricat- 
ing plants and sculpture studios. Tours weekdays, 
May 15-October 15, 10 a.m. Tour length: 90 min- 
utes. No tours week of July 4. Advance notice 
required for large groups. Childrens' groups must be 
12 or older, in groups of 10 and accompanied by 
adults. Contact Hudson Cone, Promotion Specialist. 
Phone: 404 283-2551. 

ELLENWOOD 

107 M.R. & R. Trucking Company, 5161 Highway 42, 
South. Motor common carrier. Tour consists of 
office, loading deck, unloading deck, shop 
facilities, dispatching, rating and billing and freight 
handling. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 
1 1 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 minutes. Group number: 
20 maximum. Advance notice of 1 day required. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact A.J. 
Abernathy, Vice President, or Tony Lifsey, Termi- 
nal Manager. Phone: 404 366-8726. 

HAWKINSVILLE 

99 Opelika Manufacturing Corporation, Hawkinsville 
Division, Houston Street. Textiles — cotton towel- 
ing. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 30-60 minutes. No tours week of July 
4. Advance notice of 1 week required. No cameras 
or sketches permitted. Contact John A. Smyth, Plant 
Manager. Phone: 912 892-9041 . 

LA FAYETTE 

24 E. T. Barwick Industries, Inc., West Main Street. 
Tufted carpet. Tour includes yarn manufacturing, 
carpet manufacturing and finishing, shipping, cus- 
tomer service, sample and cut-order functions. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 2 hours. No tours first week in July. 
Group number: 2-20. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
Bryan Gibson, Director of Personnel. Phone: 404 
638-2242. 

MARIETTA 

53 Accepted Products, Inc., 1421 White Circle, N.W. 
Furniture manufacturing. Products include Brumby 
rockers, swings, sewing rockers, footstools and lap 
desks. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 
noon and 12:30-4:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
No tours first two weeks in July and during Christ- 
mas vacation. Group number: 2-8. Advance notice 
of 1 day required. No cameras permitted. Children 
under 18 not admitted. Contact Carole H. Melson, 
President. Phone: 404 427-2618. 



3 Lockheed-Georgia Company, 86 South Cobb Drive. 
Aircraft manufacturer — C-5 Galaxy, C-141 Starlift- 
er, C-130 Hercules and Jetstar 11. Tour of aircraft 
manufacturing facilities with overview of opera- 
tions. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:45 
p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. No tours two weeks 
during Christmas. Advance notice of 6 weeks re- 
quired. Lockheed-Georgia is located at Air Force 
Plant No. 6, and all foreign nationals must be 
approved through their embassies and U.S. Air 
Force Foreign Liaison Office in Washington, D.C. 
prior to their entry into Lockheed Air Force Plant 
No. 6. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 18 not admitted. Contact Public Relations. 
Phone:404 424-3213. 



MILLEDGEVILLE 

80 Griffin Pipe Products Company, Orchard Hill Road. 
Manufacturer of clay sewer pipe and flue lining. 
Tour of office and production areas, including pres- 
sing, firing, jointing and yard. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 
60-90 minutes. No tours first two weeks in July. 
Advance notice of 1 month required. Contact 
William J. Streb, Works Manager. Phone: 912 
452-4571. 

MONTICELLO 

65 Monticello Bobbin Company, 12 Frobel Street. 
Manufacturer of textile wooden bobbins. General 
tour including machinery, tooling, finishing and 
material handling. Tours Monday through Thurs- 
day, 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 12:30-4 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. No tours first three weeks of 
July. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice 
of 2 weeks required. No cameras or sketches permit- 
ted. Children under 18 not admitted. Contact 
Richard S. Bates, Executive Vice President. Phone: 
,404 468-6436. 

NEWMAN 
11 The C & S Newman Bank, 17 Greenville Street, 
P.O. Box 608. A brief tour of all aspects of banking. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Advance notice required. Contact Rhodes H. Shell. 
Phone: 404 253-4222. 



PELHAM 

27 Pelham Phosphate Company, West Railroad Street. 
Fertilizer manufacturer. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 2-6. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Contact Ben F. Kiser, Plant Superinten- 
dent. Phone:912294-2081. 



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ROME 

74 Georgia Kraft Company, P.O. Box 1551. Pulp and 
paper (unbleached Kraft linerboard). Tour of 
facilities, followed by a question-and-answer 
period. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 
4:30 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes to 2 hours. Group 
number: 25 maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 12 not admitted. Contact E.L. Wilson, 
Division Manager. Phone: 404 232-0851. 
SANDERSVILLE 

17 Thiele Kaolin Company, Kaolin Road. Mining and 
processing of Kaolin clay. Tour of plant, mines and 
laboratories. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. Advance notice required. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact John S. Barton, Director of 
Personnel and Safety, or Otis Smith, Safety En- 
gineer. Phone: 912 552-3951. 

SAVANNAH 

27 Kaiser Agricultural Chemicals, Highway 21, P.O. 
Box 246. Manufacturer of nitrogen products for 
agriculture, i.e., ammonia urea, nitrogen solutions. 
Walking tour through ammonia, nitric acid, urea 
solutions and ammonium nitrate fertilizer production 
plants. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 2-8. 
Advance notice of 1 week required; 2 weeks if group 
is larger than 8. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact A.C. 
Truitt, Plant Manager. Phone: 912 964-431 1 . 

72 Savannah News-Press, 111 West Bay Street. Tour 
consists of a slide presentation and tour of the plant, 
including pressroom. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. 
Group number: 30 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
L.R. Woods, Circulation Director. Phone: 912 
236-9511, Ext. 280. 

18 WSAV-Television, 1430 East Victory Drive. Tele- 
vision studio. Tours Monday through Friday, 8:30 
a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. Group 
number: 30 maximum. Children under 6 not admit- 
ted. Contact Curt Avery. Phone: 912 236-0303. 
THOMASTON 

33 Federal Paper Board Company, Poplar Street, P.O. 
Box 1163. Folding carton packaging (beverage 
wraps, pastry and frozen food cartons). Visitors will 
see paperboard roll stock sheeted, printed, die cut, 
stripped, windowed, glued and packed for shipment. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. No tours week of July 4 and 
Christmas week. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Advance notice of 4 days required. Children under 
15 not admitted. Contact Plant Manager or Plant 
Superintendent. Phone: 404 647-6671. 



THOMASVILLE 

27 Davco-Defiance Division, Davis Water & Waste 
Industries, Inc., 1828 Metcalf Avenue. Water pollu- 
tion control (sewage lift station and treatment 
plants). Tour of manufacturing and office facilities. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 12 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Children not 
admitted. Contact Mr. Tim Tart, Industrial Rela- 
tions Manager. Phone: 912 226-5733. 

10 Flowers Baking Company, South Madison Street, 
P.O. Box 1219. Visitors will see how bread and 
rolls are made from the beginning to the finished 
product. Tours weekdays except Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 
4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 5-20. 
Written notice of 4 weeks required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact Plant Manager. Phone: 
912 226-5331. 

108 South Georgia Natural Gas Company, P.O. Box 
1279. Transmission and sale of natural gas. Visitors 
will see the various facilities associated with an 
interstate pipeline company. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Several days' advance 
notice required. Contact Joe M. Anderson. Phone: 
912 226-4742. 

48 Thomasville Nurseries, Inc., 1840 Smith Avenue, 
P.O. Box 7. Visitors will see display garden of 
2,000 rose bushes. Blooming time for roses is 
normally mid-April to mid-November; annual rose 
show held on fourth Friday in April. Day lilies, 
camellias, azaleas and liriopes are also grown. Tours 
daily. Contact A. Paul Hjort. Phone: 912 220-5568. 

TIFTON 

11 C&S Bank of Tifton, First Street. General tour of 
bank operations with discussions of the industry and 
trade in the area. Tours Tuesday, Thursday and 
Friday. Tour length: 1-2 hours. Group number: 5 
maximum. No cameras permitted. Advance notice 
required. Contact John W. Fountain, Jr., Cashier. 
Phone:912 382-2424. 

42 Coastal Plain Station, University of Georgia College 
of Agriculture. Experiment stations. Tour of 
laboratory and field facilities for research in the 
Animal Sciences (beef cattle, dairy cattle and 
swine); laboratory and field facilities for research in 
the Plant Sciences (agronomy, plant pathology, 
horticulture, entomology-fisheries); also research 
facilities in agricultural engineering. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 90 
minutes to 2 hours. Advance notice required. Con- 
tact E. Broadus Browne, Resident Director. Phone: 
912 386-3338. 



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VIENNA 
84 Georgia Pacific Pump Company, Highway 215, 
P.O. Box 367. Domestic water systems. Tour of 
machine shop, assembly, testing, packaging and 
shipping. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 
4 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact John Joiner. Phone: 912 268-2921. 

WASHINGTON 

36 Pet Incorporated — Dairy Group, 416 West Liberty 
Street. Tour of milk processing plant. Tours week- 
days except Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 30-45 minutes. Group number: 10 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 1 week required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 6 not 
admitted. Contact Mr. Troy Forsyth, Plant Man- 
ager, or Mr. Keith Churchwell, Manager of Produc- 
tion & Facilities. Phone: 404 678-2101. 

WAYCROSS 

11 Commercial Bank, 400 Elizabeth Street. Commer- 
cial banking. Tour of all departments of the bank. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Tour length: 30-60 minutes. Group number: 25 
maximum. French, Spanish and Japanese translation 
available. Contact William H. Rentz, President. 
Phone: 912 283-3443. 

WOODLAND 

53 Woodland Furniture Manufacturing Company, Val- 
ley Road. Manufacturer of upholstered livingroom 
furniture. Visitors see all phases of furniture man- 
ufacturing from kiln drying of wet lumber to frame 
construction, finishing, upholstering and shipping. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours week of July 4. 
Group number: 5-20. Advance notice required. Con- 
tact Blake Bartlett. Phone: 404 674-2218. 

HAWAII 

ISLAND OF HAWAII 
CAPTAIN COOK 

50 Superior's Mauna Kea Coffee Roasting Plant. 
Roasting of commercial Kona coffee beans. Open to 
visitors year-round. Mill has signs explaining proce- 
dures. Active milling season is October through 
January, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

HILO 

48 Anthuriums of Hawaii, Inc., Puna District. An- 
thurium nursery. Tours daily, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Contact Mrs. Edna Kelii, P.O. Box 315, Pahoa 
96771. Phone: 808 968-6448. 



5 Evelyn Margolis Garment Factory, 933 Kanoelehua 
Avenue. Hawaiian wear manufacturing from design 
concepts to finished product. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; 
Sunday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Phone: 808 961-3077. 

54 Hale Manu Craft, 2212 Kanoelehua Avenue. 
Lauhala (pandanus leaves) woven products. Tours 
daily, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Contact Bobbie Park. 
Phone: 808 959-8546. 

50 Niolopa Hawaiian Jams & Jellies, 1965 
Kamehameha Highway. Jelly and jam preserves. 
Tours daily, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., upon advance notice. 
Contact Mrs. Jean Nekoba. Phone: 808 935-851 1. 

48 Orchids of Hawaii, 575 Hinano Street. Orchid 
gardens and nursery. Daily tours, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Contact Mr. Richard Iwasaki, P.O. Box 457, Hilo 
96720. Phone: 808 935-6617. 

50 Puueo Poi Shop. Processing of taro into poi. Opera- 
tions only in early morning, 1 :30-7:30 a.m. to assure 
daily delivery of fresh poi to supermarkets. Advance 
notice required. Contact Mr. Sau Lin Chang Kauwe, 
265-D Kekuanaoa Street, Hilo 96720. Phone: 808 
935-8435. 

50 Royal Hawaiian Macadamia Nut Company, High- 
way 11. Macadamia nut processing. Narrated slide 
presentation and self-guided tour along visitor's 
deck. Tours Monday through Friday, September 
through April, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Phone: 808 
966-9301. 

HONOKAA 

50 Hawaiian Holiday Macadamia Nut Plant. Tours 
daily, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Contact Manager. Phone: 
808 775-7201. 

PAHOA 

48 Hawaiian Greenhouse, Inc. Anthurium nursery. 
Tours daily, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Contact Mr. James 
Kuwahara, P.O. Box 1, Pahoa 96778. Phone: 808 
965-8351. 

ISLAND OF MAUI 
KAHULUI 

54 Hawaiian Alii Jewels. Pink and black coral jewelry. 
Tours Monday through Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 
p.m. Phone: 808 877-5411. 

ISLAND OF OAHU 
EWA 

75 Standard Oil Hawaiian Refinery, Campbell Indus- 
trial Park (Ewa Beach). Processing of crude oil at 
refinery. Tours by appointment, Wednesday only, 9 
a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 90 minutes. Contact 
Mr. Arthur Campbell or Ms. Ellen Sato. Phone: 
808 533-2911. 



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HONOLULU 

54 Blair, Ltd., 404 Ward Avenue. Carved products 
from native hardwoods. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 12:30-4 p.m. Self- 
guided tours through outdoor factory and adjoining 
showroom. 

72 Hawaii Newspaper Agency, 605 Kapiolani 
Boulevard. Newspaper publishing. Tours by ap- 
pointment, Monday through Friday. Tour length: 75 
minutes. Contact Barbara Edwards. Phone: 808 
536-7222 or 808 537-2977. 

82 Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc. Honolulu power 
plant on Ala Moana Boulevard, Waiau power plant 
in Pearl City or Kahe plant in Waipahu. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8:30-11 a.m. and 12:30-2 
p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Tours by appointment 
only. Shoes must be worn; no sandals or high heels, 
and women should wear slacks. Contact Mrs. 
Laurita Howard. Phone: 808 548-7771. 

30 Hawaiian Telephone Company, 1 177 Bishop Street. 
Tours Tuesday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 
p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Tours by appointment 
only. Contact Mr. Edward Fernandez. Phone: 808 
546-8814. 

23 Hawaiian Tuna Packers, Kewalo Basin. Tuna can- 
nery. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. (when 
cannery is operational). Tours by appointment only. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Contact Ms. Ruth Inouye. Phone: 808 
536-4961. 

5 Honolulu Fashion Factory, 440 Kuwili Street. Gar- 
ment design and manufacturing. Tours daily, 9 a.m. 
to 3 p.m. Contact Plant Manager. Phone: 808 
537-2926. (Special bus provides free transportation 
to and from factory through Waikiki, every hour, 9 
a.m. to 2 p.m.) 

54 House of Kalai, 1727 Mary Street. Carved wood 
products. Tours Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. 
to 4:30 p.m. Contact Mrs. Naomi Weight. Phone: 
808 841-2623. 

18 KGMB Television, 1534 Kapiolani Boulevard. Tour 
of TV operations, technical and production 
facilities, film library, tape and transmitter equip- 
ment, studios, TV cameras, lighting, props and 
control room. Tours by appointment. Tour length: 
30-45 minutes. Contact Ms. Terri Joiner. Phone: 
808 941-3011. 

54 Lanakila Crafts, 1809 Bachelot Street. Hawaiian gift 
items and handicrafts made by handicapped persons. 
Tours Tuesday, 1 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. 
Contact Lee Steffens. Phone: 808 531-0555. 



10 Love's Biscuit & Bread Company, 836 Kapahulu 
Avenue. Batter mixing, baking and packing of 
baked goods. Visits by appointment, Monday, 
Wednesday and Friday, 12 noon to 3 p.m. No tour 
guide. Signs explaining process and equipment. No 
cameras permitted. Contact Mrs. Harriet Akana. 
Phone: 808 737-5561. 

IDAHO 

BOISE 

82 Idaho Power Company, 1220 Idaho Street. Elec- 
tric utility. Tours of Hells Canyon Dam, Brownlee 
Dam and Oxbow Dam. Dams are located in North 
America's deepest gorge. Brownlee Dam is one of 
the world's largest rockfill structures. Visitors are 
conducted throughout the power plants, including 
control rooms and generating units. Tours daily at 
Hells Canyon Dam, 1 p.m., and Brownlee Dam, 
11 a.m. Tours weekdays at Oxbow Dam, 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 2 days re- 
quired. Contact Frank Myers, Power Plant Operat- 
ing Superintendent. Phone: 208 345-7210. 

72 The Idaho Statesman, 1200 North Curtis Road. 
Daily newspaper. Visitors will discover how the 
newspaper is produced every 24 hours. They will 
see an original first edition (July 26, 1864), and 
learn how stories and pictures become news. Ad- 
vertising layouts will also be demonstrated. Tours 
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 12 
noon and 1:30-4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 50 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Children under 9 not admitted. Contact 
Sue Ray born or Pat Ahrens. Phone: 208 376-2121, 
Ext. 329. 

48 Lucky Peak Nursery, U.S. Forest Service, c/o Idaho 
City Stage (17 miles east of Boise on Highway 21). 
Growing bare root tree seedling stock from seed and 
seed extraction. Tour consists of slide presentation 
showing all phases of the nursery operation, fol- 
lowed by a walk through facilities and fields with 
explanations of equipment. Tours weekdays, 7:30 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 80 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Contact Frank E. Morby, Nurseryman. 
Phone:208 343-1977. 
105 Shelterex Corporation, 3210 East Amity Road. 
Mobile home manufacturer. Tour of facilities and 
products. Tours Monday through Thursday, 10 
a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30-3:30 p.m. Tour length: 
1 hour. No tours week of July 4 and week of 
Christmas. Group number: 3-10. Advance notice 
of 1 week required. Children not admitted. Con- 
tact Frank Libby, Jr., or Daniel Sevcik. Phone: 208 
345-5500. 



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EMMETT 

65 Boise Cascade Corporation, P.O. Box 217. Lumber 
and plywood. Observe processing of logs from mill 
pond to finished product. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 10 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 2 bours. 
No tours the first two weeks in July. Written 
advance notice of 6 weeks required. Children under 
10 not admitted. Contact Beth Heideman or 
Richard Just, Plant Manager. Phone: 208 365-4431. 



GRANGEVILLE 

62 Ray Holes Saddle Company, 213 West Main. 
Custom-made saddles; pack equipment for horses 
and mules and riding equipment. Tours Monday 
through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 
30 minutes. Group number: 10 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice of 1 day required. Children under 6 
not admitted. Contact Gerald Holes. Phone: 208 
983-1460. 



65 Wickes Forest Industries, Highway 95 North. Man- 
ufacturing and selling wholesale lumber (both di- 
mensional and studs). Tour of main sawmill, includ- 
ing headrig and chip-n-saw, from log infeed through 
bin sorter and automatic stacker. Tours do not 
include planers and/or stud mill. Special arrange- 
ments required for tours of other areas. Tours 
Tuesday through Thursday, 10:30-11:30 a.m. and 
3:30-4:30 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. Group 
number: 2-12. Written advance notice of 6 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 6 not admitted. Contact Gary D. Cash, 
Safety and Personnel Director. Phone: 208 
983-1290. 



KELLOGG 

29 The Bunker Hill Company, 834 West McKinley 
Avenue. Mine and smelter. Products include lead, 
zinc, silver, cadmium and various by-products. 
Walking tours of the mine surface, concentrator 
and lead smelter. The mine tour consists of the 
mine portal, a mine model and the mill. The smel- 
ter tour consists of the blast furnace, lead refinery 
and casting area. All necessary safety equipment is 
provided. Tours weekdays during the summer 
months of June, July and August. Mine tour: 9 
a.m. and 1 p.m.; smelter tour: 10:30 a.m. and 
2:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 40 
maximum. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 5 not admitted. Contact Public Re- 
lations Administrator or Tour Guide. Phone: 208 
784-1261, Ext. 422. 

LEWISTON 

65 Potlatch Corporation, P.O. Box 1016. Forest 
products — lumber, plywood and tissue products. 
Tour includes sawmill, veneer and plywood plant 
and tissue mill. Tour of paperboard mill by special 
arrangements only. Weekday tours during months of 
June, July and August, 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Weekday 
tours from September through May at 1 p.m. only. 
Tour length: 2 hours and 30 minutes. Advance 
notice required if group number exceeds 20. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 8 not 
admitted. Contact Maria Brown. Phone: 208 
799-1483. 

NAMPA 

31 Idaho Concrete Pipe Company, Inc., 222 Caldwell 
Boulevard. Asphalt-prestress concrete building 
components; Ready Mix concrete and concrete pro- 
ducts. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 4-6. 
Advance notice required. Spanish translation avail- 
able. Hard hats are provided. Contact W.L. Grigg 
or Ray Dickman. Phone: 208 466-8971. 



KAMIAH 

65 Potlatch Corporation - Twin Feather Unit, Star 
Route. Wood products. Tour begins at log pond, 
and goes through the sawmill, stacking, surfacing 
and shipping operations. Tours Monday through 
Friday, afternoons only. Tour length: 45 minutes. 
Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren must be accompanied by an adult. Contact 
Donald H. Beckman, Personnel and Safety. 
Phone: 208 935-2577. 



NEW MEADOWS 

65 Evergreen Forest Products, Inc., P.O. Box H 
(Highway 95 between New Meadows and Coun- 
cil). Lumber manufacturing — demension lumber, 
mine timbers and railroad ties. Tour of sawmill 
operation, yard methods, dry kiln operation, plan- 
ing mill and shipping. (Tour of log yard operation, 
if requested.) Tours Monday through Friday, 7 
a.m. to 4 p.m. No tours from mid-December 
through February, over 4th of July and first week 
of hunting season. Advance notice required. Con- 
tact Bob Mack, Mill Superintendent. Phone: 208 
347-2111. 



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POCATELLO 

41 American Microsystems, Inc., 2300 Buckskin 
Road. Semi-conductor and integrated circuits 
manufacturer. Tour consists of a film, lecture and 
tour of facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 5-50. Advance notice of 2 weeks re- 
quired. No cameras permitted. Children under 14 
not admitted. Contact Thomas Ranstrom, Person- 
nel Administrator. Phone: 208 233-4690. 



BLOOMINGTON 

32 Paul F. Beich Company, Interstates 55 and 74 and 
Route 66. Confectionary manufacturing plant. Tours 
Monday, 12:30-2:45 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday 
and Thursday, 9-10:30 a.m. and 12:30-2:45 p.m.; 
Friday, 9-10:30 a.m. Tour length: 25-30 minutes. 
Advance notice required. Groups of 5 or more 
children under 10 years of age must be accompanied 
by an adult. No cameras permitted. Contact Mr. 
Huffman. Phone: 309 829-881 1. 



27 Minerals & Chemicals Division, J.R. Simplot 
Company, P.O. Box 912. Fertilizer — shipping 
acid, super acid and ammonia. Tours by appoint- 
ment only. Group number: 30 maximum. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. Japanese translation 
available. Children under 14 not admitted. Contact 
Plant Manager. Phone: 208 232-6620. 



ST. MARIES 

65 Potlatch Corporation, St. Maries Complex, Mill 
Road. Woodmill (plywood, lumber and paper 
chips). Tour consists of a short slide presentation, 
followed by a walk through the sawmill and 
plywood mill with explanations of the operation. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice required for 
groups of more than 12. Children under 10 not 
admitted. Contact Tour Guide. Phone: 208 
245-2585. 



SANDPOINT 

65 Louisiana-Pacific Corporation, 808 North Boyer. 
Lumber. Tour of finishing and shipping plant. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 8 maximum. 
Advance notice required. Children under 10 not 
admitted. Contact David R. Miller, Plant Man- 
ager. Phone: 208 263-3145. 



ILLINOIS 

BEARDSTOWN 

49 Critic Mills Feed Company, 601 East Second Street. 
Visitors observe the processing of all types of feeds 
for livestock, poultry and pets. Tour length: 90 
minutes. Group number: 40 maximum. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. Contact Mr. 
Robert Fisher for reservations. Phone: 217 
323-1130. 



85 Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Route 66 and 
Fort Jesse Road (P.O. Box 640). Off-the-highway 
tires. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 25 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 3 weeks required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. For reservations, contact J. A. Call, 
Manager of Industrial Relations. Phone: 309 
452-4411. 

48 Funk Seeds International Processing Plant, Route 
51, South (P.O. Box 2911). Over 800,000 fifty- 
pound bags of seed are contained in a controlled 
atmosphere warehouse. Tours in the fall and winter 
(harvesting season). Written notice of 1 week re- 
quired. No cameras permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact Mr. Lensik. Phone: 309 
829-9461. 

18 WJBC & WBNQ, 236 Greenwood Avenue. Visitors 
see the technical operations of a commercial radio 
station, including programming, news and business, 
as well as the technical and engineering operations 
of station management. Tours Monday, 3-5 p.m. 
and Thursday, 1-3 p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. For reserva- 
tions, contact Mrs. Coleman, Tour Guide. Phone: 
309 829-1221. 

CHICAGO 

11 American National Bank and Trust Company of 
Chicago, LaSalle at Washington. Fully automated 
bank. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 15 
not admitted. Contact Mr. McKenna, Communica- 
tions Division. Phone: 312 661-5897. 

13 Board of Trade of the City of Chicago, 141 West 
Jackson Boulevard. The largest commodities futures 
market in the United States, the Board of Trade 
opens at 9:30 a.m. and closes at 1:15 p.m. Tour 
length: 20 minutes, given at a quarter of the hour and 
a quarter after the hour. Reservations required for 
groups of 15 or more. No cameras permitted. 
Children under 16 not admitted. Phone: 312 
435-3626. 



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86 Chicago Fire Academy, 558 West DeKoven Street. 
Tours are available of the Academy, as well as an 
opportunity to view the future firefighters' training 
activities. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 and 10 
a.m. and 2 and 3 p.m. Tour length: 20-30 minutes. 
Group number: 50 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired. Phone: 312 744-4728. 

56 Chicago Police Department, 1121 South State 
Street. Tour of Communications Center, Data Sys- 
tems Division and Criminalistics Division (Crime 
Laboratory). Tours weekdays, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 by 
advance arrangement only. Children under 12 not 
admitted. Phone: 312 744-5571. 



72 Chicago Sun-Times and Chicago Daily News, 401 
West Wabash Avenue. Tour of the Sun-Times/ 
Daily News headquarters. Visit includes a look at the 
newsroom and communications center, composing 
room, pressroom and bundling and distribution cen- 
ter. Tours Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m., 10:30 
a.m., 2:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. 
Group number: 40 maximum. No cameras permit- 
ted. Contact the Public Service Bureau. Phone: 312 
321-2032. 



72 Chicago Tribune, 431 North Michigan Avenue. 
Tour of newspaper plant shows the operations in- 
volved in organizing, processing and publishing the 
daily paper. Tours Monday through Friday, 9:30 
a.m., 1 1 a.m., 1:15 p.m. and 2:45 p.m.; Saturday, 
9:30 a.m., 12 noon or 1:15 p.m. Tour length: 80 
minutes. Group number: 70 maximum. Advance 
arrangements required. No cameras or wheelchairs 
permitted. Children under 1 1 not admitted. Contact 
Jim Long. Phone: 312 222-3993. 

56 City Hall, 121 North LaSalle Street. Tours through 
City Hall (Mayor's office, County Clerk, etc.) are 
tailored to individual group interests. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10-11:30 a.m. and 2-3:30 p.m. 
Advance arrangements required. Children under 12 
not admitted. Phone: 312 744-3370. 

96 International Monetary Market & Chicago Mercan- 
tile Exchange, 444 West Jackson Boulevard. Com- 
modity futures market for foreign currencies and 
perishable commodities. Staff members explain the 
activity on the trading floor, which now includes 
gold trading. Tours offered from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 
p.m. Group number: 60 maximum. Advance ar- 
rangements required. Children under 14 not admit- 
ted. Contact the Public Relations Department. 
Phone: 312 648-1000. 



98 Marshall Field & Company, State and Washington 
Street. Tour includes visits to the oriental rug 
department. Trend House (a miniature house, ex- 
quisitely furnished), the Modern Gallery, food sec- 
tion, the 28 Shop (designer fashions) and restau- 
rants. By special request, visitors are taken through 
the testing laboratories, where new and returned 
merchandise are tested. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Group number: 50 maximum. Contact 
Mrs. Weaver. Phone: 312 781-4781 or 312 
781-4461. 



108 Peoples Gas, Light & Coke Company, McDowell 
Energy Center, 122 South Michigan Avenue. A 
synthetic gas production plant with underground gas 
storage facilities. Tour includes a visit to the Cus- 
tomer Service Area and the natural gas pipelines 
control center. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. 
Tours limited to groups or individuals in the natural 
gas industry. Contact Mrs. Wees. Phone: 312 
431-4374. 



50 Quaker Oats Test Kitchen, Merchandise Mart, sec- 
ond floor. Visitors see a film introducing the Quaker 
Oats Company, and then visit the six test kitchens 
and antique copper exhibits. Watch a home 
economist create recipes, prepare food for photo- 
graphs and conduct taste tests. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30-3:30 
p.m. Tour length: 25 minutes. Advance reservations 
are required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 10 not admitted. Phone: 312 
222-6809. 



DEERFIELD 

10 Sara Lee Kitchens, 500 Waukegan Road. Tour 
shows limited area of Danish dough and dessert 
cakes production. No warehousing or shipping 
shown. Tours Monday through Friday by advance 
reservation only. Tour times are generally at 9:30 
a.m., 10:15 a.m. and 1 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour, 
but allow time for cake and coffee after the tour 
served in the Hospitality Room. No tours during 
July. Tours are booked weeks in advance, so call or 
write to the Kitchens or Sara Lee as far in advance as 
possible. For international visitors, company affilia- 
tion and time of visit must he in writing. No canes, 
crutches or wheelchairs permitted in the bakery. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact Sara Lee Kitchens or call the 
Tour Department. Phone: 312 945-2525. 



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DUNDEE 

Haeger Potteries, 7 Maiden Lane. Artware and 
pottery factory. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m., 10 a.m., 10:45 a.m., 1:15 p.m., 2 p.m. and 
2:45 p.m. Tour length: 35-40 minutes. No tours the 
first two weeks in July. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Special parking facilities for tour buses 
available. Children under 10 not admitted. Contact 
the sales room (Mr. Kaelke). Phone: 312 426-3441. 



EVANSTON 

Lindheimer Astronomical Research Center, North- 
western University Campus. Visitors see a 40-inch 
telescope and a 16-inch telescope, plus other fas- 
cinating astronomical instruments. Guided tours 
from April through October; Saturday afternoons 
from 2-4 p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. No cameras 
permitted. Phone: 312 492-7651. 



FREEPORT 

WACI-FM Radio, 5 miles west of Freeport on 
Highway 20. Tours Monday through Friday. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Advance notice of 2 days 
required. No cameras permitted. Phone: 815 
235-7191. 



GLENVIEW 

56 U.S. Coast Guard Air Station, Greenwood Avenue. 
Tour of the air station is highlighted by a look at the 
inside of a rescue helicopter, with an explanation of 
the Coast Guard's role nationwide and on the Great 
Lakes. Visitors see a movie of the Coast Guard's 
jobs, and a demonstration of Coast Guard equipment 
(including pyrotechnics). No rides are given. Tours 
are offered 9-1 1 :30 a.m. Tour length: 2 hours, if an 
aircraft is available. Group number: 30 maximum. 
Advance notice of 5 days required. Children under 
10 not admitted. Contact CW03 William E. Leistner 
(PIO Officer). Phone: 312 657-2145. 



MACOMB 

17 Haeger Potteries, 411 West Calhoun. Tour illus- 
trates all the steps in pottery manufacturing, includ- 
ing forming, finishing and glazing operations. Vis- 
itors also see the kilns where the pieces are fired, the 
storage and inspection area and the packing area for 
distribution throughout the United States. Tours 
Monday through Friday; 8:45 a.m., 9:45 a.m., 
10:45 a.m., 1:15 p.m., 1:45 p.m. and 2:45 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 10 not admitted. Special parking for tour 
buses available. Contact Mr. E.K. Kaelke. Phone: 
309 833-2171. 



GALESBURG 

53 Hawkinson Manufacturing Company, 151 Cedar 
Avenue. This architectural millwork, specializing in 
restoration and duplication, handles only custom- 
made orders. It is suggested that visitors make 
advance arrangements, particularly to determine the 
activity at the millwork; there is more to see during 
peak activity. Contact Mr. Fineran one week in 
advance to arrange tour times and dates. Phone: 309 
343-1185. 



MELROSE PARK 

48 Amlings Flowerland, 8900 W. North Avenue. Tour 
includes visits to the greenhouses and flower shops 
and also craft demonstrations. Amlings landscaping 
and graden center is open daily to the public in the 
summer from 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., and in the winter 
from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Guided tours Monday 
through Friday, 9:30-11 a.m. and 2-3:30 p.m. 
Group number: 80 maximum. Advance notice of 1-2 
weeks required. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Mr. John Costello, Manager. Phone: 312 
378-7200. 



56 Knox County Courthouse, 200 block of South 
Cherry Street. Tour includes visits to the offices of 
the Circuit Clerk, County Clerk, County Treasurer 
and Sheriff. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance 
notice required. Phone: 309 343-3121. 



METAMORA 

94 Woodworking Company, 501 Monroe Street. Vis- 
itors observe the production of display fixtures for 
Hallmark Greeting Cards. Tours show assembling, 
packaging and warehousing. Group number: 20 
maximum. Tours by reservations only. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Children under 12 not 
admitted. Phone: 319 367-4103. 



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MOLINE 

45 Deere and Company, Administrative Center, John 
Deere Road. Manufacturer of farm and industrial 
products. The Deere Center, designed by one of the 
world's most innovative architects, Eero Saarinen, 
has among its attractions the collection of modern- 
day historic equipment and the unique three- 
dimensional mural containing memorabilia depict- 
ing the development of American agriculture. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 60 maximum. 
Advance notice of at least 1 month required. In 
summer and early fall, different factories in the 
company close down for inventory, and no tours are 
offered at that time. Groups of 10 or more must 
phone the Visitors Center. Information on company 
affiliation and purpose of visit may be required. 
(Visitor Services can also arrange tours of the John 
Deere Plow & Planter Works, 501 Third Avenue; 
the John Deere Harvester Works, 1 100 — 13th Av- 
enue, in East Moline and the John Deere Foundry, 
19th Street and 14th Avenue, also East Moline.) No 
sketches permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Mrs. Betty Friend. Phone: 309 792-4207. 

MORRIS 

82 Commonwealth Edison, Dresden Nuclear Power 
Station, R.R. 1. Electric utility plant. Various dis- 
plays are featured, as well as a 30-minute movie that 
"takes the visitor on a visual tour" of the plant, 
followed by a question-and-answer session — all 
held in the Visitor's Exhibit Center just outside the 
plant itself. No tours are given of the actual plant. 
The movie features areas of the plant that would not 
otherwise be easily seen. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 90 
minutes. Tours by appointment only. Group 
number: 10-30. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Contact Mr. Charles Van Slyke, Tour Coordinator. 
Phone: 815 942-2920, Ext. 225 . 

MORTON 

50 Libby, McNeill & Libby Company, 215 Morton 
Street. Tours of pumpkin canning process are of- 
fered from approximately mid-August to November 
1 . Tours include a view of the processing areas such 
as filling, canning, cooking, packaging and label- 
ing. Tours Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 
p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. If tour is planned for 
a day that there is no production, it will be cancel- 
led. Advance notice of at least 1 week required. 
Group number: 2-15. No cameras or sketches per- 
mitted. Children under 12 not admitted. Clearances 
required from the corporate office: Libby, McNeill 
& Libby, Inc., 200 South Michigan Avenue, 
Chicago, Illinois 60604. Contact David Bryan, Per- 
sonnel Supervisor. Phone: 309 264-2651. 



NAUVOO 

111 Nauvoo Winery (Gem City Vineland Company), 
East Parley Street, off Main Street. Tours of the 
winery take you through the vineyards purchased 
from the French Icarians in 1857. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-4 p.m. 
Tour length: 10 minutes. Group number: 50 maxi- 
mum. Phone: 217 453-2218. Tours arranged 
through the Nauvoo Chamber of Commerce include 
a tour of the entire town of Nauvoo plus the Winery, 
complete with tour bus, tour guide and cassette tape 
narrative. Contact the Nauvoo Chamber of Com- 
merce, Dorothy Baxter, Nauvoo, Illinois 62354. 
Phone: 217 453-6648. 



NORTH CHICAGO 

76 Abbott Laboratories, 14th Street and Sheridan Road. 
Tours of this pharmaceutical manufacturer are re- 
stricted to members of the allied health professions 
(Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing, Chemis- 
try and Biological Sciences), and include research, 
development and production of pharmaceutical and 
hospital products. These tours are conducted by 
uniformed professional escorts. Tours are offered on 
weekdays, by appointment only, with advance de- 
tails regarding the guest's position, company affilia- 
tion and type of industry. Tour length: 1-3 hours, 
depending on the visitor's background and interests. 
Group number: 50 maximum. Advance notice of 2 
months required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
James G. Manz, Manager of Customer and Guest 
Relations. Phone: 312 688-7761. 



OTTAWA 

29 Ottawa Silica Company (Illinois-Ottawa Division), 
Box 577. Silica sand mining plant. Tour includes a 
view of the mining pit and the processing of silica 
sands. (Requires walking and climbing stairs.) 
Tours Monday through Friday, 2 p.m. Tour length: 
1 hour. Group number: 2-10. Advance notice re- 
quired. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 16 not admitted. Contact Mr. W.M. Clair. 
Phone: 815 434-0188, Ext. 218. (Note: There is also 
an overlook of the mines on Boyce Memorial Drive, 
open daylight hours in the summer from 8 a.m. to 8 
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PEORIA 

66 Caterpillar Tractor Company, 100 N.E. Adams 
Street. This heavy machinery industry (earth- 
moving and materials-handling equipment) offers 
tours by appointment only. Tour length: 90 minutes. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks to 1 month is required. 
Visitors are requested to give affiliation, position 
and purpose of visit when writing for reservations. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact the Tour Coordinator. 
Phone: 309 675-4578. 

42 Northern Regional Research Center, Agricultural 
Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 
1815 North University Street. The Department con- 
ducts basic and applied research on the chemistry 
and processing technology of agricultural com- 
modities for food and industrial uses. A general tour 
of the physical plant is offered, with emphasis on 
current research; the tour can be modified to visitor 
interest. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 
4:30 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Group number: 
100 maximum. Advance notice of 5 weeks required. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Mr. 
V.L. Davison. Phone: 309 685-4011, Ext. 280. 

39 Hiram Walker & Sons, Inc. , foot of Edmund Street. 
Distillery and bottler of beverage alcohol, as well as 
a producer of distillers feeds for animal rations. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. or 2 p.m., 
by advance appointment only. Tour length: 90 
minutes. No tours the last two weeks in July. Group 
number: 30 maximum. Advance notice of 1 day 
required for small groups (6 people) and 1 week for 
larger groups. No cameras permitted. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact Mr. L. Van Vooren, 
Manager of Distillery Sales Services. Phone: 309 
674-8241, Ext. 227. 
RANTOUL 

69 Chanute Air Force Base, Public Information 
Branch, OI/Stop 7, Chanute AFB. The Air Force 
Base is a School of Applied Aerospace Sciences, 
with technical training in jet engines, multi-engine 
aircraft, missiles, weather, etc. A typical tour in- 
cludes a visit to the Technical Training Display 
Center, which has displays of actual training situa- 
tions, dioramas, cut-aways of jet engines, etc. Also 
included is a riding tour of the base to see static 
aircraft on display (about 25 planes from World War 
II to present day jets), visits to the laboratories of the 
School of Applied Aerospace Sciences — the Jet 
Engine School, B-52 School and Fire Protection and 
Rescue. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 1-4 hours. Group number: 2-25. 
Advance notice of 2 days required. Children must be 
accompanied by an adult. Contact William H. 
Hansen, Chief Public Information Branch. Phone: 
217 495-2610. 



SPRINGFIELD 

56 Illinois State Capitol, Capitol Avenue. The Legisla- 
tive Chambers, Governor's Chambers and the his- 
tory of the Capitol and its art are included in tours of 
the present State Capitol. Tours are offered Monday 
through Friday; there is also a slide program offered 
on the half hour in the Centennial Building, featur- 
ing the five previous Capitols. Weekend tours, 
offered on the hour, have no slide presentation. All 
tours are between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. 
(The last tour is at 4 p.m.) Advance notice of 1 week 
required in the spring. Contact the Information 
Desk, Betty Rice. Phone: 217 787-2099. 



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29 Indiana Limestone Institute of America, Inc., 400 
Stone City Bank Building. Quarrying and fabrica- 
tion of dimension building stone. The Indiana 
limestone deposits are famous internationally as 
massive, pure calcium carbonate deposits used in 
building for over 100 years. Visitors view the 
excavating of raw material in block form from the 
quarries and the fabricating process of the block 
form to workable dimension stone of various shapes 
and sizes. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
3 p.m. No tours during the week of July 4. Group 
number: 30 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Children not admitted. Contact 
William H. McDonald, Architectural Services Di- 
rector. Phone: 812 275-4426. 
BERNE 

53 Berne Furniture Company, Inc., 100 Berne Street. 
Upholstered furniture manufacturer. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. No tours the last week of June, the first 
week of July and the last week of December. 
Written notice of 6 weeks required. Spanish, Ger- 
man, French and Japanese translation available. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact L. Luther 
Yager, Secretary-Treasurer. Phone: 219 589-3352. 

BLOOMINGTON 

29 Victor Oolitic Stone Company, P.O. Box 668 
(Route 5, Victor Pike). Quarrying, slabbing and 
diamond sawing standard Indiana limestone pro- 
ducts. Tour of quarry, slab mill (gang mill) and 
standard products fabricating mill (sills, copings, 
hearths and mantels, as well as various building 
stone veneers). Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours during 
week of July 4. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Visitors must 
be directly associated with the building stone indus- 
try. No children admitted. Contact David M. Hall, 
Marketing Director. Phone: 812 824-2621. 



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BUTLER 

113 Crane Edmund Corporation, P.O. Box 44, Route 6 
West. Manufacturing (bicycle pedals, kickstands, 
baby seats and metal stampings). Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 5-10. Advance notice re- 
quired. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 18 not admitted. Contact Ray Heerdt, General 
Manager. Phone: 219 868-2161. 

COLUMBIA CITY 

65 Holmes & Company, Inc., 807 East Ellsworth 
Street. Manufacturers and wholesalers of fine 
hardwood lumber, specializing in American Black 
Walnut. Tour of sawmill, log yard, lumber yard, dry 
kilns and remanufacturing facilities. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. No tours during week of July 4. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Small children must be 
under adult supervision. Contact Bill Shull. Phone: 
219 244-6149. 

EAST CHICAGO 

51 East Chicago Pattern Works, Inc., 410 East Chicago 
Avenue. Wood and metal patterns, and aluminum 
castings. Tours Monday and Tuesday, 9-10 a.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 6 maximum. 
Written notice of 6 weeks required. Children under 
18 not admitted. Contact Eric Bergstrom, President. 
Phone:219 398-2386. 

EDINBURG 

65 Hill Bros. Veneer Company, Shelby Avenue. 
Lumber and veneer. Tour of sawmill, dry kilns, 
veneer plant, lumber shipping area and display 
room. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 
noon and 1-3:30 p.m. Tour length: 60-90 minutes. 
No tours July 1-15. Group number: 3-15. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Phone: 812 526-5567. 

51 Midwest Art Metal Company, Inc., 216 North Main 
Street. Metal stampings, components and as- 
semblies. Visitors observe equipment and processes 
at work. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 
noon and 1-4 p.m. Tour length: 30-40 minutes. 
Group number: 20 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
day required. No children admitted. Contact 
Lawrence A. Quick, Jr. Phone: 812 526-2666. 

65 Amos Thompson Veneer Company, 211 Ward 
Street. Lumber and veneer. Tour of sawmill, dry 
kilns, veneer plant, lumber shipping area and dis- 
play room. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 
12 noon and 1-3:30 p.m. Tour length: 60-90 min- 
utes. No tours July 1-15. Group number: 3-15. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Phone: 812 
526-2671. 



ELKHART 

71 W. T. Armstrong Company, Inc., 1000 Industrial 
Parkway Drive. Musical instruments manufacturer 
(flutes, piccolos and saxophones). Tours Monday 
through Thursday, 8-11:30 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. No tours first two weeks of July 
and last two weeks of December. Group number: 25 
maximum. Contact Al Singleton or Helen Wilson. 
Phone: 219 293-8602. 

68 R. E. Jackson Company, Inc., 3334 Greenleaf 
Boulevard. Metal fabricated parts and hardware for 
recreational vehicles and public transportation indus- 
tries. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 4-6. 
Advance notice of 2 days required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact M.B. Shelly. Phone: 
219 264-6324. 

105 New Yorker Homes Corporation, 701 Collins Road. 
Mobile homes manufacturer. General tour of plant 
and offices. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours two 
weeks at Christmas. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 day required. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact Philip A. Shafer or Rex Jones. 
Phone: 219 294-1611. 

53 Trawood Manufacturing Company, Inc., 1600 West 
Mishawaka Road, P.O. Box 1044. Furniture: book- 
cases, desks, counter tops, table tops and laminated 
panels (high and low pressure laminates). Visitors 
see the procedures for application of decorative 
laminates to particleboard and the impregnation of 
polyester decorative film on particleboard. This 
material is cut, shaped, edged and assembled into 
dinette table tops, counter tops for recreational 
vehicles and bookcases and desks for home use. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon 
and 1:30-3:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours for 
10 days at Christmas. Group number: 8 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Hindi transla- 
tion available. Contact Stuart A. Gruber, General 
Manager. Phone: 219 293-3591. 

EVANSVILLE 

73 Red Spot Paint & Varnish Company, Inc. , 1 10 Main 
Street, P.O. Box 418. Paint manufacturing. Tour of 
research, laboratory and production facilities and 
in-depth discussion of problems involved in finish- 
ing plastics and in painting buildings, etc. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 6-20. Advance notice 
of 2 weeks required. Contact Ed Jones. Phone: 812 
425-3151. 



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108 Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company, 20-24 
N.W. Fourth Street. Utility. Tour of power plants. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 3-6 hours. Advance notice required. 
Group number: 8 maximum. Children under 16 not 
admitted. Contact Norman P. Wagner, Vice Presi- 
dent and General Manager of Operations. Phone: 
812 424-6411. 



FORT WAYNE 
84 Fill-Rite Division, Tuthill Pump Company, Baer 
Field. Manufacturer of fuel dispensing pumps — 
hand and electric. Complete tour includes machine 
shop, primary assembly, conveyorized material- 
handling, painting, final assembly, packaging and 
shipping. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the last 
week of July and first week of August. Group 
number: 6 maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Contact Mr. B.L. Kapp, General Man- 
ager. Phone: 219 747-9136. 



95 Joslyn Stainless Steels. 2400 Taylor Street West. 
Manufacturer of stainless steels in bar and billet 
forms. Tour of all production facilities and auxiliary 
services. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length; 90 minutes to 2 hours. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. Group number: 4-10. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 18 
not admitted. Contact R. Witchey, Chief Metallur- 
gist. Phone: 219 432-2561. 



GREENSBURG 

80 Dry Clime Lamp Corporation, St. Rd. 46 West. 
Manufacturer of electric infrared drying ovens for 
industry. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 5 maxi- 
mum. No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
Neil Solgere, General Manager. Phone: 812 
663-4141. 



GREENCASTLE 

25 Lone Star Industries, Inc., P.O. Box 482. Producer 
of Portland Cement. Tours Monday through Friday, 
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. Group 
number: 10 maximum. Written notice of 6 weeks 
required. No tours during March. Children under 15 
not admitted. Contact Mr. CD. Coppinger, Plant 
Manager. Phone: 3 1 7 653-9766. 



INDIANAPOLIS 

29 AM AX Coal Company, 105 S. Meridian Street. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 
p.m. Visitors are shown the full coal-mining opera- 
tions: coal being mined and, in some mines, washed 
and processed prior to loading. Contact 
Guy Johnson, Manager of Media Relations. Phone: 
317 266-2626. There are five other mine locations 
operated by AMAX in the State of Indiana: Chinook 
Mine, Staunton, Indiana; Minnehaha Mine, Sulli- 
van, Indiana; Ayrcoe Mine, Oakland City, Indiana; 
Ayrshire Mine, Chandler, Indiana and Wright Mine, 
Boonville, Indiana. Arrangements to tour these 
mines can be made through the Indianapolis loca- 
tion. 



51 Atkomatic Valve Company, Inc., 141 South Sher- 
man Drive. Manufacturer of 2-way solenoid oper- 
ated valves — bronze and stainless steel. Vis- 
observe machining of barstock and castings, assem- 
bly of valves, pressure tests of incoming castings, 
pressure and functional test of completed valves, 
plus incidental operations such as casting cleaning, 
inventory control, etc. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Group 
number: 10 maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Children must be supervised. Contact 
Robert A. Morris, President, or Arnold E. 
Richardson, Vice President. Phone: 317 357-8421. 



27 Brulin & Company, Inc., 2920 Martindale Avenue. 
Industrial cleaning chemicals (for use in mainte- 
nance of buildings, machinery, aircraft, etc.). Tour 
of plant, warehouse, laboratory and offices. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
Group number: 15 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
week required. French and German translation 
available. Contact Alice Ely, Director of Public 
Relations. Phone: 317 923-321 1. 



7 Detroit Diesel Allison Division of General Motors, 
Indianapolis Operations, Powerama Exhibit. 4700 
West 10th Street. Heavy manufacturing — gas tur- 
bine engines, diesel engines and heavy duty automa- 
tic transmissions. Powerama is an exhibit containing 
products manufactured by Detroit Diesel Allison. 
Tours weekdays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., except Thursday, 
12 noon to 9 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 10-50. Advance notice required for guided 
tours. Casual visitors are welcome without prior 
notice for unguided tours. Contact John J. 
McCardle, Supervisor, Special Activities, Public 
Relations Staff. Phone: 317 243-1307. 



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41 General Aviation Electronics, Inc., 4141 Kingman 
Drive. Manufacturer of personal communications 
equipment, including 2-way land mobile radios, 
2-meter FM amateur radios, marine 
radiotelephones, and navigation and communication 
equipment for light aircraft. Tour of assembly and 
production areas, receiving and shipping facilities 
and engineering laboratories. Tours Tuesday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. No tours December 15 through January 10. 
Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice of 3 
days required. Spanish, French and Italian transla- 
tion available. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Contact Merwin L. Dechter, Secretary-Treasurer. 
Phone: 317 546-1111. 
108 Indianapolis Power & Light Company, 25 Monu- 
ment Circle (P.O. Box 1595-B). Investor-owned 
utility supplying electricity and steam. Tour of 
modern, coal-fired, steam-electric generating sta- 
tion. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 5-15. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Visitors must be 
sponsored by the Indiana Manufacturing Associa- 
tion. Children under 15 not admitted. Contact 
J.W. Prickett, Vice President, Public Relations and 
Corporate Communications. Phone: 317 635-6868. 

108 Indianapolis Water Company, 1220 Waterway 
Boulevard. Water utility. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 min- 
utes. Group number: 2-20. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. Contact Raymond L. Williams. 
Phone:317 639-1501. 

33 Inland Container Corporation, 151 North Delaware 
Street, Market Square Center. Manufacturer of cor- 
rugated shipping containers. Tours by reservation 
only. Contact N.F. Schaefer, Jr., President. Phone: 
317 262-0325. 

68 Klincher Locknut Corporation, 2153 Hillside Av- 
enue. Manufacturer of Klincher Locknuts and fas- 
teners. Visitors tour the plant and office. Tours 
Tuesday or Wednesday, 2-3 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. No tours for 2 weeks in mid-July. Advance 
notice of 2-3 weeks required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. No children admitted. Contact 
Robert C. or Jean Groseclose. Phone: 317 
925-2301. 

76 Eli Lilly and Company, 893 South Delaware Street. 
Pharmaceuticals and agricultural chemicals. Tour 
consists of a program and film at Exhibit Hall. Tours 
weekdays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., except Wednesday, 12 
noon to 9 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. No tours 
December 25 through January 1 . Group number: 
12-100. Written notice required. Actual plant visits 
limited to physicians or pharmacists. Children under 
16 not admitted. Phone: 317 261-2771. 



83 Rutgers Packaging Corporation, 620 South Belmont 
Street. Printing — record jackets, record sleeves and 
blister cards. Visitors observe craftsmen at work and 
machines used to create products, with explanation 
of printing methods employed. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Advance notice of 2-5 days required. 
German, Hungarian and Spanish translation avail- 
able. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 15 not admitted. Contact William E. 
Swanson, Plant Manager. Phone: 317 635-7777. 



94 U.S. Envelope Company, 16 South Sherman Drive 
and 3902 East 16th. Envelope manufacturer. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 2 hours (1 hour at each location). No tours 
first two weeks of July. Group number: 3-20. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. No children admit- 
ted. Contact Edwin L. Kilner, Plant Manager. 
Phone: 317 359-5321. 



JASPER 

31 Breidenbaugh's, Inc., Highway 231 North. 
Molded and pre-cast concrete products. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 2 hours and 30 minutes. Advance notice of 2 
days required. Children under 16 not admitted. 
Contact Arlo Breidenbaugh, Jr. Phone: 812 
482-3434. 



53 Jasper Desk Company, Inc., 501 East Sixth Street. 
Wood office furniture manufacturer. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9-1 1 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. Tour length: 
90 minutes. No tours last week of June through first 
week of July. Group number: 10-20. Advance notice 
required. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Carl F. Seng, President. Phone: 812 482-4132. 



JEFFERSONVILLE 

93 Hillerich & Bradsby Company, 1525 
Charlestown — New Albany Road. Sporting 
goods — baseballs, bats, gloves and golf clubs. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9:55 a.m. and 1:55 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour (30 minutes at bat factory 
and 30 minutes at golf factory). No tours June 
27-July 15. Group number: 25 maximum. Written 
notice of 6 weeks required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 8 not admitted. Contact 
Bennett Curry. Phone: 812 288-6611. 



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KNIGHTSTOWN 

113 Jacwil Mfrs. /Casket Company, Inc., West Morgan 
Street. Caskets and casket liner parts. Visitors see 
the Jacwil Method of trimming out caskets. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 30-60 minutes. No tours first two weeks in 
July. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Children 
under 18 not admitted. Contact Jane Bechtel or 
Jack White. Phone: 317 345-2135. 

KOKOMO 

83 Cuneo Press of Indiana, 1125 East Vaile Avenue. 
Printing. Tour of paper warehouse, printing press- 
rooms, bindery, rotogravure cylinder prep depart- 
ment, electrotype foundry and ink manufacturing 
facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. Group number: 2-20. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact Ken Carter, Personnel 
Manager, or Debbie Gifford, Personnel Assistant. 
Phone: 317 457-1 HI. 

MIDDLEBURY 

105 Coachmen Industries, Inc., Yode Industrial Park. 
Recreational vehicles. Tour of production facilities 
Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. No tours second week in August and 
December 25-January 1. Group number: 12 
minimum. Children must be accompanied by an 
adult. Contact Don Bowers. Phone: 219 825-5821. 

105 Jayco, Inc., Highway 13 South. Recreational 
vehicles — camping trailers, travel trailers and 
minihomes. Visitors observe welding of steel 
frames, assembly of trailers, sewing of canvas, 
upholstry and window drapes and shipping depart- 
ment. Tours Monday through Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 
3 p.m. and Thursday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour 
length: 2 hours. No tours the last three weeks of 
August. Group number: 2-10. Advance notice of 1 
week required. German and Spanish translation 
available. No sketches permitted. Contact 
George Bemis, Public Relations. Phone: 219 
825-5861. 

MOORESVILLE 

66 Laboratory Equipment Corporation, 156 East Harri- 
son Street. Manufacturer of mechanical and hyd- 
raulic test equipment and controls; special machin- 
ery. Tour of manufacturing area and engineering 
departments. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. 
to 4 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. No tours during 
August. Group number: 2-6. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 18 not admitted. Contact 
T.M. Englehart, President. Phone: 317 831-2990. 



MUNCIE 

66 U.S. Engineering Company, Inc., 2901 West Eighth 
Street. Manufacturing: tools, dies, special machin- 
ery and machine guarding. Visitors observe automa- 
tic tooling for production of component parts, 
numerically-controlled Agietron operation and Elox 
electrical discharge machine, automatic tapping, 
tapes of automatic machinery, etc. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 2-4 p.m. 
Tour length: 2 hours. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Group number: 4 maximum. Translation 
services available. Children under 18 not admitted. 
Contact George Karsnak. Phone: 317 288-1931. 



NEW ALBANY 
62 Geo. Moser Leather Company, Silver Street and 
Penna R.R. Tannery. Complete tour through wet 
and dry operations. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 
30 maximum. Advance notice of 2 days required. 
No sketches permitted. Children under 8 not admit- 
ted. Contact James J. Thornton, Assistant Vice 
President. Phone: 812 944-6761. 



65 Roberts & Strack Veneer Company, Inc., P.O. Box 
468. Wood veneer manufacturing. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. No tours June 15-July 15. Group number: 
30 maximum. Contact E.K. Lovelace or Gil Seger. 
Phone:812 283-6624. 



NEW HAVEN 

79 Pribble Plastics Products, Inc., 1610 Summit Street. 
Custom plastic molding. Observe molding of com- 
ponent parts for electric motors, transformers, 
switches, etc. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 45-90 minutes. Advance 
notice of 2 days required. Group number: 40 maxi- 
mum. Contact Wayne I. Pribble or Steven I. 
Pribble. Phone: 219 493-4475. 



NORTH MANCHESTER 

51 North Manchester Foundry, 204 Wabash Road, 
P.O. Box 345. Grey and ductile iron castings. Tour 
consists of a general walk-through of a specialty, 
low production, electric melting alloy iron foundry, 
including a pattern repair shop and heat treating 
facility. Tours Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours first 
week of July and last week of December. Group 
number: 10-20. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. 
Children under 15 not admitted. Contact 
R. Westman, Manager. Phone: 219 982-2191. 



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NORTH VERNON 

95 North Vernon Forge, Inc., 304 Hoosier Street. Steel 
parts forging. Observe forging operations from bulk 
material to finished product. Tours Tuesday, Wed- 
nesday and Thursday, 9-1 1 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 8 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice of 2 days required. Children under 18 
not admitted. Contact Louis C. Wengert, President. 
Phone:812 346-5001. 

ROCKVILLE 

40 Dormeyer Industries, St. Rd. 36 East. Electrical 
components. Visitors see the complete process of 
manufacturing coils, transformers and solenoids. 
Tours Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon 
and 1-3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 20 
maximum. Advance notice required. No cameras 
permitted. Contact Howard L. Krauel, Plant Man- 
ager. Phone: 317 569-3118. 

SILVER LAKE 

68 Parker Industries, Highway 15, North. Metal fabri- 
cation: farm equipment, mobile grain-handling 
equipment, solid waste equipment, refuse 
containers — all sizes for rear and front loading 
mobile compactors. Tours Tuesday through Friday, 
after 9 a.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours first two 
weeks in July. Group number: 5-50. No sketches 
permitted. Contact R. Mong, President, or 
H. Hyder, Production Manager. Phone: 219 
352-2141. 

SOUTH BEND 

95 Lock Joint Tube Company, Inc., 1400 Riverside 
Drive. Manufacturer of round, square, rectangular 
and oval welded steel tubing. Visitors see tube 
rolling, welding (electric resistance and high fre- 
quency), cutting to length and end finishing. Tours 
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours for two 
weeks between June and September. Group number: 
20 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Children under 18 not admitted. Contact 
D. Woodka. Phone: 219 233-9358. 

40 South Bend Controls, Inc., 1237 North Side 
Boulevard. Manufacturer of custom-designed coils, 
solenoids, valves and catalog line of outdoor light- 
ing controls. Tour consists of an introductory brief- 
ing, plant tour, product display, quality control and 
engineering briefing and a question-and-answer 
period. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. No tours last week in 
July and first week in August. Group number: 4 
maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. 
Contact Frank Mulligan, General Manager, or 
Larry Witek, Plant Manager. Phone: 219 234-3157. 



TELL CITY 

65 William Tell Woodcrafters, Inc.. 7th and Pestalozzi 
Streets. Woodworking — hutches, grandfather clock 
cases and organ cases. Complete tour of the man- 
ufacturing process. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice 
of 1 day required. Group number: 2-20. Children 
under 16 not admitted. Contact Charles Borders or 
Gene Borders. Phone: 812 547-2366. 

WABASH 

102 United Tool Company, Inc., 838 LaFontaine Av- 
enue. Manufacturer of special equipment, tool and 
dies and machined parts. Tours Monday through 
Thursday, 9-1 1 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Advance notice of 10 days required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
R.L. Bechtol, President. Phone: 219 563-3143. 

WATERLOO 

66 Modernair Corporation, 300 East Railroad Street. 
Manufacturer of hose couplings and air guns. Vis- 
itors see production of small fittings and air guns on 
automatic assembling machines. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 
minutes. No tours Christmas week. Thanksgiving 
week and last two working days of November. 
Group number: 6 maximum. French, Spanish and 
German translation available. Children under 18 not 
admitted. Contact Harvey Cowell, Plant Manager. 
Phone:219 837-2571. 

WINCHESTER 

10 Wick's Pies, Inc., 217 Greenville Avenue. Bakery. 
Tour of fully automated plant with freezer storage, 
where products are baked, frozen and shipped to 
various distributors. Tours Tuesday, Wednesday 
and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. Group number: 5-45. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Contact Mrs. Naomi B. Bone. 
Phone: 317 584-8401. 



IOWA 

AMANA 

2 Amana Refrigeration International, Inc. Manufac- 
turer of refrigerators, freezers and microwave ovens. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9-11:30 a.m. and 
1:30-3:30 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. No tours 
for three weeks near the end of July and first week of 
August. Group number: 20 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 14 not admitted. Contact 
Eldon Pugh. Phone: 319 622-551 1. 



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BOONE 

2 Percival Manufacturing Company, P.O. Box 249. 
Manufacturer of commercial refrigerators and en- 
vironmental chambers. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 8 a.m. to 3:40 p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. 
Group number: 25 maximum. Advance notice of 2 
days required. Contact S. Radnich. Phone: 515 
432-6501. 

CEDAR FALLS 

84 Viking Pump Division, Houdaille Industries, 406 
State Street. Observe manufacturing of rotary pumps 
from raw material to finished product. A film 
presentation is also given. Tours by appointment 
only. No tours first two weeks of August. Group 
number: 5-20. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Japanese and German translation available. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 1 1 
not admitted. Contact Glenn Bond. Phone: 319 
266-1741, Ext. 282. 

CEDAR RAPIDS 

45 FMC Corporation, Construction Equipment Divi- 
sion, 1201 Sixth Street, S.W. Manufacturer of 
Link-Belt power shovels, cranes and diesel pile 
hammers. Visitors see production facilities engaged 
in the manufacture of heavy construction equipment. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
Group number: 35 maximum. Written notice of 6 
weeks required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Contact L.E. Schade. Phone: 319 398-3320. 

DAVENPORT 

87 Mast Development Company, 2212 East 12th 
Street. Manufacturer of scientific and optical in- 
struments. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 
4:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 20 
maximum. Advance notice of 2 days required. 
Contact Leo E. Hubner, Executive Vice President. 
Phone: 319 326-0141. 

DENISON 

67 Farmland Foods, Inc., Industrial Drive. Pork 
processing — kill, cut, cure, smoke and can. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Group 
number: 12-48. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Contact R. H. Batty. Phone: 712 263-5002. 

DES MOINES 

45 John Deere Des Moines Works, Highway 415 
North, P.O. Box 1595. Agricultural equipment 
manufacturer — cotton pickers, grain drills, rotary 
hoes, stack wagons and tillage equipment. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 1-2 days required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
13 not admitted. No sandles or open-toed shoes 
permitted. Contact Personnel Department. Phone: 
515 283-3876. 



72 Des Moines Register & Tribune Company, 715 
Locust. Newspapers. Tour of newsroom and com- 
posing room. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. 
to 4 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Advance notice 
of 1-2 weeks required. Group number: 40 maxi- 
mum. Children under 1 1 not admitted. Contact 
Teresa Laird. Phone: 515 284-8282. 



45 Massey-Ferguson, Inc., Des Moines Plant, 1901 
Bell Avenue. Four-wheel drive tractors, garden 
tools, lawn mowers and snowmobiles. Tour of 
tractor and combine cornhead assembly lines. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. No tours 
during August. Group number: 50 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice of 2 weeks required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Mr. Barnes. Phone: 515 247-2247. 



83 Meredith Printing, 5401 Park Avenue. Magazine 
printing. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
2:30 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Group number: 
3-30. Advance notice of 1 week required. Children 
under 16 not admitted. Contact Ken McDougall. 
Public Relations. Phone: 515 284-9654. 



66 Townsend Engineering Company, 2425 Hubbell 
Avenue, P.O. Box 1433. Manufacturer of 
sausage-making machines and fish and meat skin- 
ning machines. Tours Tuesday, Wednesday and 
Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Group number: 20 
maximum. Written notice of 6 weeks required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact Thomas 
Hooker. Phone: 515 265-8181. 



DYERSVILLE 

103 The ErtI Company, 805 13th Avenue, S.E. Toy 
manufacturer. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 6 maximum. Advance notice of 5 days 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 5 not admitted. Contact Stephen Wessels 
or Dave Bell. Phone: 319 875-7142. 



ELLSWORTH 

81 Land O'Lakes Creameries, Inc., Dubuque and 
Delphi Streets. Turkey processing plant. Open May 
22 to December 1 . Group number: 20 maximum. 
Advance notice of 2 days required. Spanish transla- 
tion available. Contact Harlan Hertzke. Phone: 515 
836-4441. 



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FOREST CITY 

105 Winnebago Industries, junction of Highways 9 and 
69. Manufacturer of recreational vehicles (motor 
homes). Visitors see a film presentation, take a drive 
through the complex and then tour the manufactur- 
ing areas. Tours Monday through Friday. Tour 
length: 1 hour. No tours during week of Christmas. 
Group number: 20 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
week required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children must be accompanied by an adult. Contact 
Public Relations Department. Phone: 515 582-3535. 

FORT MADISON 

52 W. A. Sheaffer Eaton Company, 301 Avenue H. 
Manufacturer of writing instruments. Tours by ap- 
pointment only. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group 
number: 40 maximum. Written notice of 6 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 1 1 not admitted. Contact George Dann. 
Phone: 319 372-3300, Ext. 244. 

GRINNELL 

48 DeKalb AgResearch, Inc., Highway 6 East. Hybrid 
seed corn. Harvest season is mid-September to the 
first of November, and processing season is from the 
first of November to mid-February. These are the 
times the plant is in actual operation. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. Advance notice of 1 day required. Group 
number: 15 maximum. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Jack A. Templeton. Phone: 515 236-6179. 

113 Miracle Recreation Equipment Company, P.O. Box 
275. Manufacturer of park and playground equip- 
ment, fiberglass benches and tables, and amusement 
park equipment. Visitors observe start-to-finish 
manufacturing process of products with emphasis on 
exclusive and patented product finishes. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon and 
1-2:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours last week 
in July and first week in August. Group number: 10 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
Wayne Olson. Phone: 515 236-7536. 

IOWA CITY 

35 Proctor & Gamble Manufacturing Company, 2200 
Lower Muscatine Road. Toothpaste, shampoos, 
homewaves and mouthwash. Tours Monday through 
Friday, by appointment. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 60 maximum. Advance notice required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Large groups of 
children under 13 not admitted. Contact 
John F. Segreti. Phone: 319 351-2310. 



87 Westinghouse Learning Corporation, Highway 1 
North. Educational test scoring, educational data 
services, consulting, opinion surveys and computer 
managed instruction. Tours Monday through Friday, 
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes to 2 hours. 
Group number: 50 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
week required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Contact Burdette P. Hansen, Vice President. Phone: 
319 356-3011. 

MARCUS 

49 Sand Seed Service, Inc. Certified seed, soybean and 
oats; food corn and food soybeans, fertilizer and 
feed. Visitors tour cattle feedlot and processing 
facilities for the seed, grain and fertilizer products. 
Tours daily, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 25 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
day required. Contact Charles Sand. Phone: 712 
376-4135. 

MARION 

66 Kwik-Way International, Inc., 500 — 57th Street. 
Manufacturer of automotive service equipment. 
Tour of offices and manufacturing facility, including 
a demonstration of equipment. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 40 maximum. Written notice 
of 6 weeks required. Spanish and German transla- 
tion available. Contact Larry G. Miller or 
J.M. Chaffee. Phone: 319 377-9421. 

MARSHALLTOWN 

2 Lennox Industries, Inc., 200 South 12th Avenue. 
Heating, ventilating and air conditioning equipment. 
Tours on weekdays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. No tours last week in June and first week in 
July. Group number: 25 maximum. Advance notice 
of 1 week required. No cameras or sketches permit- 
ted. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
E.L. McCloud. Phone: 515 754-4372. 

102 Marshalltown Trowel Company, P.O. Box 738. 
Manufacturer of tools and trowels for commercial 
and home use. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 20 maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
Ward Miller. Phone: 515 752-1571. 

45 Spread-All Manufacturing Company, Highway 330, 
Rural Route 3. Manufacturer of grain spreaders and 
grain cleaners. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Group 
number: 10 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Contact John Maddick, General Manager. 
Phone: 515 753-5601. 



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NEWTON 

40 Winpower Corporation. Electrical equipment. Tours 
Tuesday through Friday, by appointment. Tour 
length: 90 minutes. No tours last week in June and 
first week of July. Group number: 25 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Children not 
admitted. Contact Mr. Faye Knodle. Phone: 515 
792-1301. 



WAVERLY 

45 Bantam Division, Kochring Company. Manufac- 
turer of cranes and excavators, cable and hydraulic, 
and related products. Tours Monday through Friday, 
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. No tours last week of July 
and first week of August. Group number: 15 maxi- 
mum. No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
Personnel Department. Phone: 319 352-3920. 



OTTUMWA 

45 John Deere Ottumwa Works, Vine and Madison. 
Manufacturing and assembly of hay and forage- 
handling farm equipment. Tour of manufacturing 
operations. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. 
to 2 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes to 2 hours. No 
tours first three weeks of August. Written notice of 6 
weeks required. Children under 13 not admitted. 
Contact Jim Judge. Phone: 515 683-2253. 

POCAHONTAS 

66 Iowa Industrial Hydraulics, Inc., Industrial Park 
Road. Oil hydraulic cylinders, valves and rotary 
joint manifolds. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Group 
number: 20 maximum. Written notice of 3 weeks 
required. Contact J.C. Eckstam. Phone: 712 
335-3311. 

SCHALLER 

50 Consolidated Popcorn. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 25 maximum. Advance notice of 10 days 
required. Contact Wayne Blewett. Phone: 712 

275-4242. 

105 Woodke Enterprises, 303 East 1st Street. Manufac- 
turer of truck and transportation equipment (trail- 
ers). Tour of manufacturing facility. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 
minutes. Group number: 25 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 day required. No tours for two weeks 
during summer months. Contact Jerry Woodke. 
Phone: 712 275-4224. 



WATERLOO ' 

37 Carnation Fresh Milk, Division of Mississippi Val- 
ley Milk Producers Association, 325 Washington. 
Fresh milk bottling plant. Tour consists of an orien- 
tation, followed by a general tour of the plant. Tours 
Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Group 
number: 30 maximum. Written notice of 6 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren must be accompanied by an adult. Contact 
Harlan Timmerman. Phone: 319 233-8443. 



KANSAS 

COFFEYVILLE 

55 Fiberglass Corporation of America, Inc., Munici- 
pal Airport, P.O. Box 717. Fiberglass bathtubs 
and shower modulars. Tour of manufacturing facil- 
ity, warehouse and shipping department. Tours 
Wednesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 10 max- 
imum. Advance notice of 10 days required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact Cal W. Alford, President. 
Phone: 316 251-4630. 
HUTCHINSON 

21 Architectural Millwork, Inc., 401 South Adams. 
Millwork, cabinets, fixtures (bank and hotel) and 
plastic laminate tops. Tour consists of an introduc- 
tion, followed by a tour of the plant where visitors 
observe production machines, laminate plastic top 
production and assembly. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8-11 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. Group number: 2-20. Advance notice of 
3 days required. German, Spanish and French 
translation available. Children under 10 not admit- 
ted. Contact Mr. Karl Angermeier. Phone: 316 
663-8375. 

IOLA 

85 The Gates Rubber Company, 999 Michigan Av- 
enue. Manufacturer of wire braid, thermo plastic, 
rotary drill and other special application hydraulic 
hose. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Group number: 8 max- 
imum. Advance notice of 60 days required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact Mr. Tom Gibson, President, 
International Division, The Gates Rubber Com- 
pany, Denver, Colorado. Phone: 303 744-4714. 

LAWRENCE 

71 Reuter Organ Company, 612 New Hampshire. Pipe 
organ manufacturer. Visitors observe total fabrica- 
tion from raw materials to finished product. Tours 
Monday through Thursday, 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon 
and 3:30-5 p.m. Group number: 12 maximum. 
Advance notice of 3 days required. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact Alan C. Fisher. Phone: 
913 843-2622. 



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LEAVENWORTH 

69 U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. 
Allied officers receive training here. A drive 
through the Fort is possible seven days a week. 
For a group, a guide can be provided. Contact the 
Public Affairs Office. Phone: 913 684-405!. 

MANHATTAN 

56 U.S. Grain Marketing Research Center, Agricultural 
Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 
1515 College Avenue. Agricultural-food research. 
Tour of the main research units: milling, baking, 
grain-handling, microscopy, biochemistry, storage 
and pest control. Tours by appointment only. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 5-25. Advance notice 
required. Polish, German and Hebrew translation 
available. Visitors from Communist countries re- 
quire clearance. Children under 10 not admitted. 
Contact Mrs. Thelma Woellhof. Phone: 913 
539-9141. 

OTTAWA 

41 King Radio Corporation, Ottawa Plant, 1612 
Davis (Industrial Park). Avionics — navigation and 
communication radios. Tour of electronics assem- 
bly and test activities, demonstration of products. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 20 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact H.L. Claterbos, 
Plant Manager. Phone: 913 242-4050. 

TOPEKA 

94 Hallmark Cards, Inc., 240 Madison. Paper pro- 
ducts: stationery, greeting cards and party goods. 
Tour of facilities includes foil stamp, die cutting, 
embossing and handwork operations and other op- 
erations related to the manufacturing of Hallmark 
products. Tours Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30 a.m. 
to 2 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group number: 
15 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
12 must be accompanied by an adult. Contact 
Ellen Teeter, Receptionist. Phone: 913 233-3241. 

WICHITA 

3 Beech Aircraft Corporation, 9709 East Central. 
Manufacturer of private, corporate and public air- 
craft. Visitors see aircraft in production from be- 
ginning to end. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 
a.m. and 2 p.m. Tour length: I hour. No tours 
last week of June and first week of July. Written 
notice of 6 weeks required. Translation services 
available for most languages and many dialects. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact Inter- 
national Division. Phone: 316 689-7037. 



KENTUCKY 

BARDSTOWN 

39 Barton Distilling Company, Barton Road. Distillers 
of whiskey. Tour of distillery and Museum of 
Whiskey History. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 12 noon and 1-3:30 p.m. for distillery and 
daily, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for museum. Group number: 
15 maximum. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Joe Svihovec. Phone: 502 348-3991 . 

39 Willett Distilling Company, Loretto Road. Distillers 
of whiskey. Tour through distilling facilities, 
warehouse and bottling plant. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. No tours last two weeks of July. Contact 
Thompson Willett or Paul A. Willett. Phone: 502 
348-3919. 

BEREA 

99 Churchill Weavers, Inc., Lorraine Court. Handwo- 
ven fabrics. Visitors observe preparation of yarns 
and weaving of those yarns into a finished fabric. 
Loomhouse tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
3:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 
15 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact Jim Linford. Phone: 606 
986-3126. 

CAMPBELLSVILLE 

21 Campbellsville Industries, Taylor Boulevard. De- 
sign and manufacturing of church steeples and 
cupolas. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
4:30 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group number: 
12 maximum. Advance notice of 1 day required. 
Contact Herbert Keeton. Phone: 502 465-8135. 

53 McMahan Furniture Company, 615 West Main 
.. Street. Cherry antique reproductions. Rough lumber 
is brought into the factory, surfaced and the product 
is handmade. Tours Monday through Saturday, 7 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Contact 
T.B. McMahan or Mrs. Russell Shaw. Phone: 502 
465-4831. 

CLERMONT 

39 James B. Beam Distilling Company, Inc. (Plant No. 
1), across from Berheim Forest. Distillers of whis- 
key. Tour starts with mashroom and goes through 
bottling process. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group 
number: 10 maximum. Advance notice required for 
a group of more than 10. Children under 16 must be 
accompanied by an adult. Contact LeRoy Smith or 
Bernard Hurst. Phone: 502 543-2221. 



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DRAKESBORO 

82 TVA-Paradise Power Plant, end of State Highway 
176. Power production. Visitors are shown a model 
of a boiler and how water and coal generate heat. 
Generators are seen from an overlook. Tours daily, 
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 15 maximum. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Contact Lt. Robert L. Wood. Phone: 502 
476-8335. 



LORETTO 

39 Maker's Mark Distillery, 3 miles from Loretto on 
Highway 52. Distillers of whiskey. Tour of distil- 
lery, bottling house and storage area, including a 
visit to the museum and quarthouse. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. No tours for two weeks in July. 
Group number: 20 maximum. Contact 
Leslie Brunswick. Phone: 502 865-2881. 



FRANKFORT 

39 National Distillers Products, Glenns Creek Road. 
Distillers of whiskey. Tour of Old Taylor distilling 
facilities and Old Taylor Museum. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 
30 minutes. Group number: 8 maximum. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
George Donehoo. Phone: 502 223-8251. 



LOUISVILLE 

63 Bourbon Stock Yard Company, 1048 East Main 
Street. Public livestock market. Visitors observe 
auctions of livestock. Tours Monday hrough Friday, 
8:30 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 15 maximum. Contact Bruce Pearce. 
Phone: 502 584-7211. 



39 Old Grand Dad Distillery, Route 460. Whiskey 

distillers. Tour of distilling facilities and bottling 101 

operation. Tours Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. 
to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 8 maximum. No cameras or sketches per- 
mitted. Contact George Donehoo. Phone: 502 
223-8251. 



32 Rebecca Ruth Candy Shop, 1 12 East Second Street. 
Candies. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
12 noon and 1-2:30 p.m. Tour length: 10 minutes. 
Group number: 10 maximum. Children under 15 
must be accompanied by an adult. Contact 
John C. Booe. Phone: 502 223-7475. 39 



39 Schenley Distillers, Inc., Leestown Road. Distillers 
of whiskey. Tour of fermenting room, dry house, 
bottling and warehouse areas. There is also a 
museum with graphics and diagrams. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 20 maximum. Advance notice 
required for groups of more than 20. Contact Super- 
visor of Plant Protection. Phone: 502 223-7641. 



Brown and Williamson Tobacco Company, 1600 
West Hill Street. Cigarette manufacturing. Visitors 
see raw robacco being manufactured into cigarettes. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8-10:30 a.m. and 12 
noon to 4 p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. Group 
number: 15 maximum. Advance notice required for 
groups of more than 10. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 12 must be accompanied 
by an adult. Contact Public Relations. Phone: 502 
774-7615. 



Brown-Forman Distillers Corporation, 850 Dixie 
Highway. Distillers of whiskey. Visitors see a slide 
presentation and display area, followed by a tour of 
the bottling plant and warehouse. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. Group number: 15 maximum. Advance 
notice required for groups of more than 15. No 
cameras permitted. Children under 12 must be 
accompanied by an adult. Phone: 502 778-5531, 
Ext. 280. 



LEXINGTON 

Irvin Industries, 1315 Versailles Road. Producers of 
seat belts. Visitors observe assemblage of cloth belts 
and metal buckles. Tours by appointment only. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Written advance notice of 3 
weeks required for visitors from competitive indus- 
tries. Contact Mark Jackson. Phone: 606 254-8061. 



12 Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Louisville, 1661 
West Hill Street. Soft drink manufacturer (Coca- 
Cola). A film presentation is given, followed by a 
tour of the syrup room and bottling room. Tours 
Tuesday through Thursday by appointment only, 9 
a.m. to 12 noon and 1-3 p.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. Group number: 10-60. Advance notice of 1 
day required. Contact Personnel Department. 
Phone: 502 776-4651. 



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17 Hadley Pottery, 1570 Story Avenue. Manufacturing 
of stoneware pottery. Visitors see how clay is turned 
into pottery, including molding and hand decora- 
tion. Visitors also see the kilns. Sales and display 
room open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 
4:30 p.m. Tours Monday through Friday, 2 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. No tours last two weeks in July. 
Group number: 25 maximum. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. Children under 19 must be accom- 
panied by an adult. Contact Martha Bottom. Phone: 
502 584-2171. 

17 Louisville Stoneware, 731 Brent. Production of 
hand-painted pottery. The tour shows the pottery 
coming out of the mold, being trimmed on the jigger 
wheel and finally being hand-painted by the artists. 
Visitors also get to see the kilns, where the pottery is 
fired, and the finished products. Tours Monday, 
Wednesday, and Friday, 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 20 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 2 weeks required for 
groups of more than 20. Children under 12 must be 
accompanied by an adult. Contact Lois Ciresi. 
Phone: 502 582-1378. 

39 Old Fitzgerald Distillery, Inc., Fitzgerald Road. 
Distillers of whiskey. Tour of distilling, bottling, 
shipping and warehouse facilities. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. 
during summer months, and 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. 
during the rest of the year. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
day required for groups of more than 10 persons. 
Contact the Receptionist. Phone: 502 448-2860. 

101 Philip Morris, Inc., 1930 Maple Street. Cigarette 
manufacturing. A slide presentation is given, fol- 
lowed by a tour of the computer department and 
production floors. Tours Monday through Friday, 
8-11 a.m. and 12:45-2:30 p.m. Tour length: 40 
minutes. No tours for one week around the Fourth of 
July and one week at Christmas. Group number: 8 
maximum. Advance notice required for groups of 
more than 25. Spanish, German and French transla- 
tion available. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Contact Public Relations. Phone: 502 778-2761. 

39 Schenley Distillers, Inc., 17th and Breckinridge. 
Distillers of whiskey. Tour of distilling, bottling and 
laboratory facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, 
10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 15 maximum. Advance notice of 2 
days required for groups of more than 10. No 
cameras permitted. Contact Joyce Boyer. Phone: 
502 585-5081. 



39 Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Inc., Seventh Street 
Road at Central Avenue. Production of whiskey. 
Visitors tour the grain storage area, distillery, fer- 
mentation facility, laboratory, stills, bottling plant 
and warehouse. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 
a.m. and 2 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours in 
August. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week required for groups of more than 
10. No cameras permitted. Children under 11 not 
admitted. Contact the Receptionist for small groups 
and Plant Manager for large groups. Phone: 502 
634-1551. 

OWENSBORO 

39 Glenmore Distilleries Company, U.S. 60 East. Pro- 
ducers of whiskey. Tour of production area — 
warehousing, distilling and bottling. There is also a 
museum with sound on slide presentation. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. (The museum is 
open daily, 24-hours a day.) Tour length: 45 min- 
utes. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice 
of 2 days required for groups of more than 25. 
Spanish, German and French translation avtiailable. 
Contact Personnel Manager. Phone: 502 926-1 1 10. 

39 Medley Distilling Company, Old River Road. Prod- 
uction of whiskey. Visitors see the fermentation and 
distilling processes, and also tour the dry house, 
warehouse and bottling plant. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. No tours last two weeks in July. Group 
number: 10 maximum. Advance notice of 1 day 
required for groups of more than 10. Contact J.L. 
Hagan. Phone: 502 926-4455. 

PADUCAH 

82 TVA-Shawnee Steam Plant (power for AEC), end 
of State Highway 996. Power plant. Visitors see 
turbines, generators, boilers, stacks, precipitators 
and coal unloading facilities. Tours daily, 9 a.m. to 
5 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Group number: 50 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 day required. Con- 
tact Public Safety Service. Phone: 502 443-7489. 

LOUISIANA 

BALDWIN 

50 Shell Key Packing Company, on Charenton Canal, 
South side. Seafood — shrimp and crab meat. Tour 
of the crab factory. Visitors see crabs being proces- 
sed and packed for market. Tours on Monday or 
Friday, 10 a.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 5 maximum. Advance notice of 10 days 
required. French translation available. Children 
under 18 not admitted. Contact Mr. Elwood Billiot. 
Phone: 318 828-1547. 



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BATON ROUGE 

68 Metal Works Corporation, 1820 Choctaw. Fabri- 
cated metal products. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice of 2 
days required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 18 not admitted. Contact 
Jerry W. Deslotte. Phone: 504 355-8891. 

BELLE CHASSE 

75 Oil Mop, Inc., 1614 Engineers Road, P.O. Drawer 
P. Manufacturer of oil recovery equipment, oil/ 
water separators and custom design oil recovery 
systems. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group number: 10 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 day required. 
Spanish and French translation available. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact Frederick L. 
Smith, Sales Manager. Phone: 504 394-61 10. 

JEANERETTE 

66 J&L Honiron Engineering Company, Inc., 400 
Canal Street. Manufacturer of sugarcane harvesting 
machinery and sugar factory equipment. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 45 minutes. Group number: 10-25. Advance 
notice required. Spanish and French translation 
available. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Walter J. Landry, President. Phone: 318 276-6314. 

LAFAYETTE 

75 Petroleum Associates of Lafayette, Inc., Louisiana 
Highway 182 at Broussard, P.O. Box 52449. Petro- 
leum drilling workover and completion fluids, and 
other related products. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day; weekends by appointment, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 
Tour length: 3 bours. Written notice of 6 weeks 
required. Spanish translation available; French and 
other languages with advance notice. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact Jack Cowan, General 
Manager of Sales and Marketing. Phone: 318 
837-9222. 



LAKE CHARLES 

92 Lake Charles Sheltered Workshop, Building 35, 
Avenue A, Chenault Field. Sheltered workshop for 
handicapped. Products include pallets, survey 
stakes, rags salvage (wiping), packaging and bed 
frames. Tours Monday through Friday, 1:30-3 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 2-15. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact Pete Manena, Jr., Facility 
Manager. Phone: 318 439-4829. 



SHREVEPORT 

84 Bingham-Willamette Company, 7303 West Park 
Road. Manufacturer of centrifugal pumps for indus- 
try. An informal discussion of plant activities, fol- 
lowed by a tour of the facilities and question-and- 
answer period. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 45-60 minutes. Group 
number: 25 maximum. Advance notice of 1 day 
required. Spanish translation available. No cameras 
or sketches permitted. Children under 12 not admit- 
ted. Contact Dale F. Patty, Manager, or R.H. Eads, 
Manufacturing Manager. Phone: 318 687-571 1. 

51 Kast Metals Corporation, 1461 West 59th Street. 
Steel foundry. Tours by special arrangement only, 8 
a.m. to 5 p.m. Written notice of 6 weeks required. 
Children not admitted. Contact V.M. Riter, Vice 
President-Manufacturing. Phone: 318 869-1601. 

VILLE PLATTE 

77 Ville Platte Record Manufacturing Company, 120 
East Cypress Street. Phonograph records. Visitors 
see raw extruded plastic pressed into records and 
packaged for sale. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 12 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Sketches not permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact J. Floyd Soileau, Owner, or 
Joseph K. Soileau, Plant Manager. Phone: 318 
363-2139 or 318 363-2104. 

WELSH 

84 The Lo-Lift Pump Company, Inc., 208 North Rail- 
road Avenue. Manufacturer of propeller pumps. 
Visitors see various machine tools at work; also, the 
welding shop and assembly room. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cajun French 
translation available. Children under 10 not admit- 
ted. Contact Mr. Joe Van Ness, M.L. Van Ness or 
Eddie Salassie. Phone: 318 734-2366. 



MAINE 

ANDOVER 

30 Communications Satellite Corporation, Route 120, 
P.O. Box 265. Communications via satellite. An 
audio-visual slide program is presented in the Vis- 
itors Building; some equipment is on display. A 
view of the antenna may be seen at the Radome 
Observation Booth; the new antennae and Control 
Building may be seen from the crest of the hill 
outside the radome (about 1000 feet from the hill). 
Tours Memorial Day through Labor Day, 8 a.m. to 
4 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance notice 
required for large groups. Children must be accom- 
panied by an adult. Contact Station Administrator. 
Phone: 207 364-7871. 



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AUBURN 

79 Pioneer Plastics, Division of LOF Plastics, Inc., 
Pionite Road. Manufacturers of decorative plastic 
laminates, resin impregnated decorative and indus- 
trial papers, decorative laminated particleboard and 
other industrial plastic products. Visitors observe 
the process of manufacturing high pressure plastic 
laminates from receipt of raw materials to shipment 
of finished products. Tours Monday through Friday, 
9-11 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No 
tours during July. Group number: 10-30. Advance 
notice required. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact L. Seagliarini, Personnel Manager. Phone: 
207 784-9111. 

BANGOR 

93 Bauer Canadian Skate, Inc., 1491 Hammond Street. 
Manufacturer of ice skates and boots. Tour various 
manufacturing departments from start to finish. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. No 
tours in July. Group number: 12 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice required. Contact Bryan Daly, Chief 
Industrial Engineer. Phone: 207 947-6501. 

EAGLE LAKE 

65 Pinkham Lumber Company, Hardwood Division, 
Main Street. Suppliers of kiln dried dimensioned 
hardwood for furniture and novelty manufacturers. 
Tours Monday through Thursday. 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.; 
Friday, 7 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
No tours week of July 4 and week of Christmas. 
Advance notice of 1 day required. French translation 
available. Contact Arthur W. Reynolds. Phone: 207 
444-5139. 

EASTON 

97 Triple A Sugar Corporation, P.O. Box 66. Sugar 
factory. Tours from October to January, Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 2 
hours. Group number: 20 maximum. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. German, French, 
Spanish and Italian translation available. Contact 
Mr. Perry Good, Personnel Manager. Phone: 207 
488-2121, Ext. 25. 

MADAWASKA 

74 Fraser Paper, Limited, Bridge Street. Paper 
manufacturer — fine bond, catalog grades and coated 
and uncoated publication grades. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 60-90 
minutes. Group number: 12 maximum. Written 
notice of 6 weeks required. French translation avail- 
able. No cameras permitted. Children under 12 not 
admitted. Contact Mrs. Marcella Carrier, Personnel 
Assistant. Phone: 207 728-3321. 



MILLINOCKET 

74 Great Northern Paper Company, Millinocket Plant. 
Paper production: newsprint, ground wood 
specialities and coated paper. Visitors observe the 
process of paper production from raw materials to 
finished products. Tours June, July and August, 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour to 2 hours and 30 minutes. Advance 
notice required. No cameras permitted. Children 
under 12 not admitted, and children under 18 must 
be accompanied by an adult. Contact E. Mill at 207 
746-9912, Ext. 224 or P.K. Millin at 207 
723-5131, Ext. 271. 

PORTLAND 

72 Guy Gannett Publishing Company, 390 Congress 
Street. Newspaper publishing. An informational, 
educational tour of newspaper production. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 1-2 hours. Group number: 6-12. Advance 
notice required. Children under 15 not admitted. 
Contact Byron J. Israelson, Promotion Manager. 
Phone: 207 775-5811, Ext. 226. 

PRESQUE ISLE 

50 Potato Service, Inc., Read Road. Frozen food — 
vegetables. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
5 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. Group number: 10 
maximum. Advance notice of 30 days required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
Rick Loesel, Director of Sales. Phone: 516 
621-8200. 

ROCKLAND 

105 Fisher Engineering, Water Street. Manufacturer of 
snowplows, hydraulic and quick switch kits, 
Step-N-Tow bumpers and dump bodies. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. No 
tours first two weeks in July. Group number: 12 
maximum. Advance notice required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact Everett Small, Cus- 
tomer Relations. Phone: 207 594-4446. 

WESTBROOK 

74 S. D. Warren Division - Scott Paper Company, 89 
Cumberland Street. Paper manufacturer — books, 
printing, specialty coated and graphic arts. Tour 
consists of wood yard, pulping, papermaking, coat- 
ing, finishing, shipping and, if desired, primary and 
secondary wastewater treatment facility. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 2 hours. No tours week of July 4. Group 
number: 2-25. Advance notice of 2 days required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact the Industrial Relations 
Department. Phone: 207 856-631 1. 



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BALTIMORE 

72 Baltimore News American, Lombard and South 
Streets. Newspaper publishing (daily and Sunday). 
Tours Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10 a.m. to I 
p.m. Tour length: I hour. Group number: 25 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact Albert A. Adler. 
Phone: 301 752-1212, Ext. 408. 

73 Baltimore Paint & Chemical Corporation, 2325 
Hollins Ferry Road. Manufacturer of paint and 
varnish coatings. Tours from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. 
Contact John Mays, Personnel Manager. Phone: 301 
837-3030, Ext. 230. 

72 Baltimore Sunpapers, Calvert and Centre Streets. 
Newspaper publishing (daily and Sunday). Tours at 
9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Tour length: I hour. Group 
number: 10-35. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Debbie 
Surdel. Phone: 301 322-6266. 

41 Bendix Environmental and Process Instruments Di- 
vision, 1400 Taylor Avenue. Design, development 
and manufacture of electronic, electromechanical 
and meteorological instruments. Tours by appoint- 
ment only. Group number: 10-15. Advance notice of 
2 weeks required. Contact D.J. Fausnaugh, Direc- 
tor, Industrial Relations. Phone: 301 825-5200. 

51 F & E Baltimore, Division of Flynn and Emrich 
Company, 3001 Grantley Avenue. Gray and ductile 
iron foundry casting products. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9-1 I a.m. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Contact Mr. James F. Turner, III. Phone: 
301 664-0500. 

66 F & E Machinery and F & E Communications, 
Divisions of Flynn and Emrich Company, 1600 
Whitehead Court. Telecommunications hardware 
products, contract machinery and industrial in- 
cinerators. Tours Monday through Friday, 9-1 1 a.m. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact Mr. 
Douglas G. Walker. Phone: 301 664-0500. 

7 General Motors Assembly Division, 2122 Broening 
Highway (P.O. Box 148). Assembly of automobiles 
and trucks. (No forging or manufacturing done — all 
parts are shipped in for assembly.) Tours by reserva- 
tion only. Tour length: 90 minutes. No cameras or 
recorders permitted. Written notice of 2-3 weeks 
and biographical data required. Visitors must 
secure prior approval through General Motors 
Overseas Operations Division, 1660 L Street, N.W., 
Suite 501, Washington, D.C. 20036. Contact Mr. 
H.C. Witthaus. Phone: 202 659-5050. 



83 A. Hoen & Company, Chester & Biddle Streets. 
Oldest continuously operating lithographer in U.S. 
(established 1865). Books, maps, advertising, pack- 
ing and printing. Tours by appointment only. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 2 days required. 
Prefer visitors with specific interest in lithography. 
No smoking; no loose clothing. Contact Barbara 
Rembert. Phone: 301 732-6510. 

33 Industrial Papers, Inc., Folding Carton and Label 
Division, 1601 Edison Highway. Manufacturer of 
folding cartons. Tours by appointment only. Tour 
length: 2 hours. Advance notice of 3 weeks re- 
quired. Contact Lee L. Shaver. Phone: 301 
327-1300, Ext. 265. 

34 Kennecott Refining Corporation, Fort Smallwood 
Road (P.O. Box 3407). Copper refining process. 
Tours by appointment only. Tour length: 2 hours. 
Group number: 10-50. No cameras permitted. Chil- 
dren under 16 not admitted. Low heels and slacks 
are recommended. Contact Public Relations Office. 
Phone: 301 789-1000, Ext. 206. 

12 Luzianne Coffee Company, Division of Wm. B. 
Reily Company, Inc., 3501 Duncanwood Lane. 
Roasting, grinding, packing of coffee. Tours Tues- 
day through Thursday, by appointment only. Tour 
length: 45 minutes. Advance notice of 3 days 
required. No smoking. Contact Mr. Maxim R. 
Hoffman, Plant Manager. Phone: 301 675-9550. 

55 Maryland Glass Corporation, 2147 Wicomico 
Street. Manufacture, warehousing and sales of glass 
containers. Tours Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- 
day, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., by appointment only. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 25 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice of 4 weeks required. Children under 10 
not admitted. Clothing suitable for industrial envi- 
ronment: hard-soled shoes (no sneakers, sandals or 
high heels). Contact Calvin W. Starr. Phone: 
301 837-3700. 

83 Mid-Atlantic Photo Composition, Inc., 2 West 25th 
Street. Typesetting, photo composition by compu- 
ter, optical character recognition scanner. Tours by 
appointment only, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Advance notice of 2 days required. Contact 
Mr. Robert A. Wetzler, President. Phone: 301 
467-1125. 

12 Pfefferkorn's Coffee, Inc. , 402 East Grindall Street. 
Visitors observe production of coffee from start to 
finish. Tours by appointment only. Tour length: 1-2 
hours. Group number: 5-10. Contact Mr. 
James Pfefferkorn. Phone: 301 727-3355. 



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91 Proctor & Gamble Manufacturing Company, 1422 
Nicholson Street. Tours of processing, converting 
and packaging departments, and quality control 
laboratory. Tours by appointment only, Wednesday, 
Thursday and Friday, 12:30-2 p.m. No tours during 
June, July and August. Group number: 40-50. Chil- 
dren under 14 not admitted. Contact Mrs. Marie 
Cavanaugh. Phone: 301 752-2440, Ext. 262. 

72 Joseph Ruzicka, Inc., 3200 Elm Avenue. Bookbind- 
ing. Days on which tours are conducted are depen- 
dent on work schedule. Tours conducted 10:15a. m. 
to 2 p.m. and 2:30-4 p.m. Tour length: 60-90 
minutes. Group number: 10-50. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Contact Leonard H. Spence. Phone: 
301 889-5095. 

10 Schmidt Baking Company, Inc., Carey and Laurens 
Streets. Wholesale bakery products. Tours week- 
days except Tuesday, 1-5 p.m. Tour length: 90 
minutes. Group number: 25 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Contact Tom Bowyer. 
Phone: 301 728-1000. 

56 Social Security Administration, 6401 Security 
Boulevard, Exit 17, Baltimore Beltway. National 
headquarters of the Social Security Program. Tours 
Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. for groups of ten 
or less. Tours for groups of more than ten between 9 
a.m. and 2 p.m. Advance notice of 1 week required 
for groups of more than ten. Group number: 300 
maximum. No photographing of confidential docu- 
ments. Contact Najib Amin, Tour Service Director. 
Phone: 301 594-2374 or 301 594-2370. 

18 WBAL-TV, 3800 Hooper Avenue. Television Sta- 
tion. Tours Tuesday and Thursday, by appointment 
only. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 20 
maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks to 1 month 
required. Children under 10 not admitted. Tour of 
radio facilities not usually made, but may be ar- 
ranged in special cases. Contact Brad Foltyn, Direc- 
tor of Advertising and Promotion. Phone: 301 
467-3000, Ext. 251. 

BELCAMP 

89 Bata Shoe Company, Inc., Route 40 East, Harford 
County. Specialists in manufacture of sports, casual 
and special purpose footwear. Conveyorized produc- 
tion on teamwork assembly lines. Tours Monday 
through Thursday, by appointment only, 10 a.m. to 
12 noon. Tour length: 1-2 hours. Group number: 
10-50. Advance notice of 1 week required. Children 
under 16 not admitted. Contact Personnel Depart- 
ment. Phone: 301 272-2000. 



CUMBERLAND 

98 Celanese Fibers Company, P.O. Box 444. Manufac- 
turer of synthetic fibers. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 10-40. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Low heels required. Smoking and cameras 
not permitted. Children under 14 not admitted. 
Contact Mrs. Pat Gowans. Phone: 301 729-1000. 



85 The Kelly-Springfield Tire Company, Kelly Road 
(P.O. Box 300). Manufacturer of tires and tubes. 
Tours by appointment Tuesday or Thursday, starting 
at 9 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes to 2 
hours. Advance notice of 2 days required. No 
cameras permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Jerry Hass, Manager of Communications, 
Public Relations Department. Phone: 301 777-6496. 



ELKTON 

5 Elkton Fashion Industry, Inc., Blue Ball Road. 
Manufacturer of men's clothing — sewing and as- 
sembling of men's suits. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Smoking not 
permitted. Contact Mr. M. Verrillo. Phone: 301 
398-1600. 



14 Trojan Yachts, Inc., Oldfield Point Road. Assembly 
of pleasure yachts. Tours by appointment only. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Group number: 12 maximum. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Camera use is 
negotiable. Contact Mr. Fred Moser or Noreen 
Watson. Phone: 301 398-5353. 



FREDERICK 

53 Club Products Company, Maryland Facility 
(Everedy), 200 Monroe Avenue. Manufacturer of 
cookware, porcelain and coatings. Tours by ap- 
pointment. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 
10 days required. Flashbulb cameras not permitted. 
Contact Mr. Craig A. Hendershot, Personnel Direc- 
tor. Phone: 301 663-3123. 



GRANTSVILLE 

67 Yoder Locker Plant and Meat Packer. Complete 
slaughtering and processing services, wholesale and 
retail: fresh, frozen, canned, cured and hickory 
smoked. Tours from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 
30 minutes. Group number: 20 maximum (two or 
three groups may tour simultaneously). Advance 
notice required. Contact Henry or Paul Yoder. 
Phone: 301 895-5121. 



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GREENBELT 

3 Goddard Space Flight Visitors Center/World Wide 
Satellite Tracking Net Control Center. Visitors ob- 
serve actual working segments of space missions 
now operating, as well as many other space demon- 
strations and exhibits. Self-guided walking tours, 
but special arrangements can be made for groups. 
Open Wednesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Contact Mr. 
William O'Leary. Phone: 301 982-4142. 



HAGERSTOWN 

108 Potomac Edison Company, Downsville Pike. Elec- 
tric utility company. Tours of general office build- 
ing, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tours 
can be arranged after hours on special request basis. 
Contact Mr. Harry G. Saufley, Community Rela- 
tions Department. Phone: 301 731-3400. 



109 Victor Products Corporation, 775 Frederick Av- 
enue. Can and coffee venders (contract), fountain 
dispensing equipment (pre-mix and post-mix), bulk 
ice-makers and coin changers. Tours by appoint- 
ment only. Contact Mr. Vink, Director of Sales. 
Phone: 301 733-3020. 

HAMPSTEAD 

102 Black & Decker Manufacturing Company, 626 
Hanover Pike. Manufacturer of portable power 
tools, light machining, winding and assembly. 
Tours by appointment, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 6-9 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. Group number: 5 minimum. No 
cameras; no high narrow heels. Children under 18 
not admitted. Contact Mrs. Helen Baker. Phone: 
301 833-4444, Ext. 760. 



HYATTSVILLE 

83 Editors Press, Inc., 6041 33rd Avenue. Commercial 
printing (lithography). Tours by appointment only. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Contact Mr. George D. Williams, General 
Superintendent. Phone: 301 559-7800. 

LANDOVER 

10 Safeway Stores, Inc., Bakery Division, 6800 Col- 
umbia Park Road. Baking of bread, rolls and sweet 
goods. Tours Monday and Tuesday, 10, 10:30 and 
1 1 a.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Advance notice of 
2 weeks required. Group number: 30 maximum. 
(One adult to every 5 children.) Contact Mrs. M. 
Medhurst. Phone: 301 341-6600. 



112 Safeway Stores, Inc., Distribution Center, 1501 
Cabin Branch Road. Distribution of foods for Safe- 
way Supermarkets. Seven warehouses and trucking 
department. Tours by appointment, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 
Tour length: 60-90 minutes. Group number: 40 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Warm clothing needed regardless of outside temper- 
ature. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Mr. 
Richard C. Smith or Mrs. Gallagher. Phone: 301 
341-6571. 

112 Safeway Stores, Inc., Non-Foods Warehouse, 6900 
Columbia Park Road. Receiving, stocking and re- 
packaging of non-food items (health and beauty 
aids, household goods, gums, spices, cigarettes and 
expense items for store use, taxing cigarettes, filling 
orders from stores for this merchandise and shipping 
to stores). Tours by appointment, Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact George 
Hafferman, Warehouse Manager. Phone: 301 
341-6562. 

53 Serta Manufacturing Company, Division of Ameri- 
can Wholesalers, Inc., 8415 Ardmore Road. Man- 
ufacturer of mattress and box springs. Tours by 
appointment only. Tour length: 90 minutes. Group 
number: 40 maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Contact M. Levand Haynes. Phone: 301 
322-1000, Ext. 250. 

MATAPEAKE 

87 The Chesapeake Bay Model, Kent Island. The 
world's largest hydraulic model. Visitors see a slide 
presentation, followed by a movie and walking tour. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. and 1 and 3 
p.m. Tour length: 60-90 minutes. Advance notice of 
2 weeks required for groups. Contact Bob Blake, 
Public Affairs, Baltimore District Corps of En- 
gineers, P.O. Box 1715, Baltimore. Phone: 301 
962-4616. 

OAKLAND 

22 Integrated Business Methods, Inc., 424 South Arch 
Street. Keypunching data processing services. Tours 
by appointment, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 
3:30 p.m. Tour length: 15 minutes. Advance notice 
of 1 week required. Cameras not permitted. Contact 
Miss Wanda Dawson. Phone: 301 334-9600. 

81 Sterling Processing Corporation, Box 202. Fresh 
killed ice pack fryers. Two hundred thousand head 
per week. Tours by appointment, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Contact Gilman Sylvester. Phone: 301 
334-3993. 



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OWINGS MILLS 

18 Maryland Center for Public Broadcasting, Bonita 50 

Avenue. Television studio, control rooms and scene 
dock with sets of locally produced programs. Tours 
by appointment only, Monday through Thursday, 
10, 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.; evenings by appoint- 
ment. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 
10-40. Children under 8 not admitted; one adult for 
every 10 children. Contact Mrs. Dodi Faulkner. */* 

Phone: 301 356-5600. 

OXFORD 

14 Applegarth's Marine Yard, Morris Street. Manufac- 
turer of custom-built sailboats, skipjacks and cruis- 
ers. Building and repair of wood boats. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. No clubs, service clubs, school 5 

groups, museum groups, etc. Contact Curtis L. 
Applegarth. Phone: 301 226-5170. 

RELAY 

39 Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Inc. (The Calvert 
Distilling Company), Route 1, Washington 
Boulevard. Manufacturer of distilled spirits and 
bottling of finished product: Calvert Extra, Calvert 
Gin, Seagram Extra Dry Gin and others. Tours by 
appointment, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes to 2 hours. Advance 
notice of 10 days required for groups of more than 8 53 

persons. Cameras not permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact Clyde E. Stephens. Phone: 
301 247-1000. 

SALISBURY 

82 Delmarva Power & Light Company, Route 14 at 
Nay lor Mill Road. Electric utility. Tour of District 
Division and General Offices storeroom, garage, 21 

system operations and shops. Tours by appointment 
only, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 25 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required - 2 weeks preferred. Children under 18 not 
admitted. Contact J. A. Swaney, Vice President. 
Phone: 301 749-6111. 

SILVER SPRING 86 

87 American Instrument Company, Division of 
Travenol Laboratories, Inc., 8030 Georgia Avenue. 
Manufacturing and testing of analytical instrumenta- 
tion, high pressure systems, materials testing 
equipment and humidity detection, recording and 
control systems. Specific tours can be tailored to 
requirements of individuals or groups. Tours are 36 

restricted to scientifically oriented adult groups. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact Mr. 
Stanley Dosik, Export Manager. Phone: 301 
589-1727. 



TILGHMAN 

Harrison Oyster Company, Main Street. Shucking 
of oysters. Tours conducted anytime from Sep- 
tember through March. Advance notice of 2 days 
required. Contact Levin F. Harrison, III. Phone: 301 
886-2530. 

TIMONIUM 

Dunkin' Donuts, 2001 York Road. Visitors see 
stockroom and supplies, total processing from start 
to finish. Tours on weekdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Group number: 10-50. Contact Shirley Morse. 
Phone: 301 252-0350. 



WESTMINSTER 

Carroll Manufacturing Company, 41 1 North Cran- 
berry Road. Manufacturing and assembly of men's 
sack coats. Tours by appointment only. Tour length: 
1 hour. Group number: 30 maximum. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. No cameras permitted. 
Contact Ralph Falcone. Phone: 301 848-4646. 



MASSACHUSETTS 

ADAMS 

Old Stone Mill Corporation, Old Stone Mill. Hand- 
printed wallcoverings. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. One adult must accompany 
every ten children. Contact C.L. Jones. Phone: 413 
743-1015. 



AGAWAM 

Fusion Labs Division of EBTEC Corporation, 120 
Shoemaker Lane. Electric beam welding. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Ad- 
vance notice required. Contact Mr. Derose, Presi- 
dent. Phone: 617 786-0393. 



ASHLAND 

Fenwal Incorporated, 400 Main Street. Manufac- 
turer of temperature controls and fire and explosion 
protection equipment. Tours by prior arrangement 
only. Contact K.G. Nowak, Vice President- 
Manufacturing. Phone: 617 881-2000. 

ASHLEY FALLS 

Dell-Meadows Farm. Visitors observe all phases of 
the daily operation of a dairy farm. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., by prior 
arrangement only. Contact Dwight C. Dellert. 
Phone:413 229-8826. 



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BEVERLY 

66 USM Corporation, Machine Division, 181 Elliott 
Street. Industrial machinery, tape control, assembly 
engineering, design, computer and machine shop. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tours by written request only, identifying number of 
persons, cars, time, dates and what areas to see. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact Ronald 
G. Perkins, Sr., Personnel Administrator. Phone: 
617 927-4200, Ext. 2111. 

BOSTON 

42 Anderson-Nichols and Company, Inc., 150 Cause- 
way Street. Engineering design services. Tours by 
prior arrangement only. Contact Nicholas N. 
Marshall, Personnel Manager. Phone: 617 
742-3400, Ext. 207. 

108 Boston Gas, 144 McBride Street. Liquefaction and 
storage of natural gas. Tours by prior arrangement 
only. Contact James F. Connors, Assistant Vice 
President. Phone: 617 522-5600. 

72 The Christian Science Publishing Society, One 
Norway Street. Tours Monday through Friday. Con- 
tact Earline Barth, General Services. Phone: 617 
262-2300, Ext. 2427. 

40 Sandman Electric Company, Inc., 660 Parker 
Street. Electric motor repair service and sales opera- 
tion; distributor of electrical equipment; repair ser- 
vice for electric motors, transformers and armatures, 
including rewinding and balancing; builder of cus- 
tom cubicles and panelboards. Tours by prior ar- 
rangement only. Contact Robert L. Sandman, Presi- 
dent. Phone: 617 442-7600. 

BRAINTREE 

65 Grossman's, Inc., 200 Union Street. Tour includes 
headquarters building: data processing department, 
Braintree Central Warehouse (multilevel, high-rise 
storage for merchandise), door and window man- 
ufacturing shop, component manufacturing shop 
(roof trusses, wall panels are in separate building), 
lumber yard and lumber mill. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Contact Bruno 
Salvucci. Phone: 617 848-0100, Ext. 235. 

68 Wollaston Alloys, Inc., 205 Wood Road. Hi-alloy 
sand and shell castings. Tours by prior arrangement 
only. Contact B.F. Tibbetts, Vice President. Phone: 
617 848-3333. 

BRIGHTON 

83 Albert Basse Associates, Inc., 55 Henshaw Street. 
Screen process printing. Tours Monday through 
Thursday, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Contact Mrs. 
Di Maio, Office Manager. Phone: 617 782-3503. 



CAMBRIDGE 

108 Canal Electric Company, 130 Austin Street. Electric 
generating station. Tours by prior arrangement only, 
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Contact L.R. Crowell, Vice 
President and General Manager. Phone: 617 
888-1301. 

COHASSET 

53 Hagerty Company, 38 Parker Avenue. Manufacturer 
of Cohasset Colonial furniture for home assembly. 
Open Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 
p.m. Contact Francis W. Hagerty. 

DANVERS 

32 Putnam Pantry, Route 1. Candy-making from trea- 
sured Olde New England recipes. Open Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Contact Mrs. 
Emerson. Phone: 617 774-2383. 

DEDHAM 

51 Hersey Products, Inc., 250 Elm Street. Foundry — 
machining and testing water meters. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., by prior 
arrangement only. Contact William G. Giddings, 
Director of Personnel. Phone: 617 326-9400, Ext. 
313. 

94 Rust Craft Greeting Cards, Inc., Rust Craft Road. 
Manufacturer of greeting cards. Tours by appoint- 
ment only, Monday through Friday, 9:30-10:30 
a.m. and 1:30-2:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 15 maximum. Children under 12 not admit- 
ted. Contact Mrs. Pauline Kalton, Employment 
Manager. Phone: 617 325-9600, Ext. 2421. 

EASTHAMPTOM 

99 Easthampton Rubber Thread Company, 26 Pay son 
Avenue. Textile tape, molded rubber and plastics. 
Tours by prior arrangement only. Contact Robert F. 
Martin, Personnel Manager. Phone: 413 527-2436. 

FALL RIVER 

99 F. R. Knitting Mills, Inc., 69 Alden Street. Knitting 
of sweaters and allied operations (cutting, sewing, 
etc.) to the finished product. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Contact Gary Reitzas. 
Phone:617 678-7553. 

83 Riveredge Printers, Inc., 206 Globe Mills Avenue. 
Textile screen and roller printing. Tours by prior 
arrangement only. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Contact Samuel Lovit, President. Phone: 617 
673-5886. 

FITCHBURG 

5 The Asher Company, 307 Falulah Road. Manufac- 
turer of men's clothing. Tours by prior arrangement 
only. Contact Mrs. Ruth Garrity, Director of Plant 
Operations. Phone: 617 342-8771. 



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108 Fitchburg Gas and Electric Light Company, 655 
Main Street. Gas and electric utility. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Contact 
James W. Pettingell, Manager, Community Rela- 
tions. Phone: 617 343-6931. 

74 Weyerhaeuser Company, Paper Division, 545 
Westminster Street. Paper manufacturing and coat- 
ing operations. Tours Tuesday, Wednesday and 
Friday, 10 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. Tours by prior ar- 
rangement only. Group number: 15 maximum. Con- 
tact Kevin B. Malvey, Personnel Manager, North 
Atlantic Region. Phone: 617 343-3051, Ext. 540. 

FRAMINGHAM 

7 GM Assembly Division, GMC, Western Avenue. 
Tours arranged by advance notice. Contact Mr. John 
O'Brien. Phone: 617 873-7421, Ext. 212. 

GRANVILLE 

103 Noble & Cooley Company, Water Street. Manufac- 
turer of toy drums and drum-type gift items. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

GREENFIELD 

102 The Bendix Corporation, Industrial Tools Division, 
180 Laurel Street. Production of metal cutting tools. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 
Group number: 25 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
month required. Contact Donald J. Rehin. Phone: 
413 774-4336. 

HYANNIS 

54 Colonial Candle of Cape Cod, 232 Main Street. 
Candle manufacturing factory. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9:30-11:30 a.m. and 1-2:30 p.m. 
No tours July 2-9. Contact Mrs. Loretta Ryan, 
Manager, Gift Shop. Phone: 617 775-2500. 

54 Old Harbor Candle Company, Scudder Avenue. 
Complete manufacturing of all types of candles, 
packaging, etc. Tours Monday through Saturday, 9 
a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Groups 
must make advance arrangements. Contact Marvin 
Blank. Phone:617 775-1385. 

LAWRENCE 

68 Andrew Wilson Company, 616 Essex Street. Steel 
shelving and lockers. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., by prior arrangement only. 
Contact Geoffrey Davis, Personnel Manager. 
Phone:617 683-2403. 

MALDEN 

85 Converse Rubber Company, 392 Pearl Street. Vis- 
itors observe processes used in the manufacture of 
canvas footwear. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Contact E.R. Sarkisian, Factory 
Manager. Phone: 617 322-1500, Ext. 217. 



MANSFIELD 

54 Sweet Manufacturing Company, Gilbert Street. 
Jewelry chain manufacturing. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., by prior 
arrangement only. Contact the Executive Vice Pres- 
ident. Phone:617 339-2961. 

MEDFORD 

66 Langley Handling Equipment Company, 2 
Sycamore Avenue. Material-handling equipment. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
Contact Will Simmons, Assistant Sales Manager. 
Phone:617 395-8010. 

MONSON 

79 Springfield Moulders, Inc., Palmer Road. Injection 
molding — thermoplastic materials. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Contact 
B.E. Graham, General Manager. Phone: 413 

267-5524. 

NATICK 

50 The Whipple Company, 58 North Main Road. Jam, 
jelly and pie filing. Tours by prior arrangement, 
Monday through Friday, mornings only. Contact 
D.W. Crain, Plant Manager. Phone: 617 653-2660. 

NEW BEDFORD 

83 Reynolds — DeWalt Printing, Inc., Industrial Plant. 
Typesetting, platemaking and printing in a commer- 
cial lithography plant. Tours by prior arrangement 
only. Contact Mrs. Madeline Downing. Phone: 617 
995-5118. 

NEWTON 

66 Kennett Corporation, 275 Needham Street. Tours by 
prior arrangement only. Contact Jules Kendall. 
Phone: 617 969-7260. 

NORTHHAMPTON 

43 Kollmorgen Corporation, Electro-Optical Division, 
347 King Street. Tours by prior arrangement only. 
Contact John S. Toppin, Manager, Industrial Rela- 
tions. Phone: 413 586-2330, Ext. 237. 

PALMER 

113 Jarvis and Jarvis Division of Standex International 
Corporation, South Main Street. Caster and wheel 
manufacturers. Tours by prior arrangement only. 
Contact Kenneth W. Thayer, Manufacturing Man- 
ager. Phone: 413 283-7601. 

68 Rathbone Corporation, 241 Part Street. Cold rolling 
and cold drawing of metal shapes. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Advance notice 
of 1 week required. Contact L.S. Dorsett, President. 
Phone: 413 283-8961. 



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READING 

80 Boston Stove Company, 155 John Street. Manufac- 
turer of gas stoves. Tours by prior arrangement only. 
Contact Earle B. Kaufman, President. Phone: 617 
944-1045. 

ROWE 

82 Yankee Atomic Electric Company. Generating 
plant. Tour schedule: Starting May 26, Wednesday 
through Sunday, 12 noon to 5 p.m.; starting June 
13, daily, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; from September 5 
through October 8, Wednesday through Sunday, 12 
noon to 5 p.m. Advance notice required. Contact 
Mr. Roland Emery. Phone: 413 424-5261. 
SOUTH LEE 
74 Mead Corporation, Pleasant Street. Papermills and 
printing plant. Tours by prior arrangement only. 
Contact R.H. Cornell, Manager of Industrial Rela- 
tions. Phone:413 243-1231. 
SPRINGFIELD 

108 Springfield Gas & Light Company, 2025 Roosevelt 
Avenue. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
4:30 p.m., by prior arrangement only. Contact 
Robert E. Wight. Phone: 413 781-3610. 

113 Titeflex, A Division of Atlas Corporation, 603 
Hendee Street. Teflon hose manufacturing. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., by 
prior arrangement. Contact C.L. Mackinson, Direc- 
tor of Manufacturing. Phone: 413 739-5631 . 

TURNERS FALLS 

74 Esleeck Manufacturing Company, Canal Street. 
Paper manufacturing. Tours by prior arrangement 
only. Contact Robert W. Scott, Vice President of 
Manufacturing. Phone: 413 863-4326. 

78 Hallmark Color Labs, at the Airport. Develop and 
print color pictures for professional studios. Tours 
by prior arrangement. Contact John Walker, Cus- 
tomer Relations Manager. Phone: 413 863-9551. 
UXBRIDGE 

99 Emile Bernat & Sons Company, Depot and Mendon 
Streets. Yarn dyeing and processing. Tours by prior 
arrangement only. Contact Mr. Jack Gangemi, Di- 
rector, Customer Services. Phone: 617 278-2414, 
Ext. 206. 

WATERTOWN 

27 Barclay Chemical Company, Inc., 150 Coolidge 
Avenue. Industrial water conditioning — pollution 
control. Visits can be arranged with advance notice. 
Contact S.D. Barclay. Phone: 617 926-2256. 

WEBSTER 

99 Cranston Print Works. Textile printing of designs on 
cloth fabric. Tours available by prior arrangement. 
Contact Donald Barry, Personnel Director. Phone: 
617 943-0520. 



WESTBORO 

113 Alden Systems Company, Inc., Route 9 at 495 
Turnpike Road. Material-handling equipment: 
Alden-Ready-Count Containers, Holder Feed 
Chutes and modular conveyors. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., by prior 
arrangement. Contact N.A. Duhamel, General 
Manager. Phone: 617 366-8556. 

1 Bay State Abrasives Division, Dresser Industries, 
Inc., Union Street. Abrasive grinding wheels. Tours 
by prior arrangement. Contact Clifford S. Duxbury, 
Jr., Public Relations Manager. Phone: 617 
366-443 1 . 

82 New England Electric, 20 Turnpike Road. Tours 
daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Contact the Public Informa- 
tion Department. Phone: 617 366-9011. 

WEST SPRINGFIELD 

82 Western Massachusetts Electric Company, 174 
Brush Hill Avenue. New England Power Exchange, 
Northfield Mountain Pumped Hydro-Electric Plant 
and Electric Generating Station. Advance notice 
necessary for tours. Phone: 413 785-5871, Ext. 298. 

WILMINGTON 

66 Compugraphic Corporation, 80 Industrial Way. 
Manufacturer of photo typesetting system. Tours by 
prior arrangement, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. 
to 4:30 p.m. Contact Paul Thiel, Manager of Mar- 
keting. Phone:: 617 944-6555. 

42 Charles River Breeding Laboratories, Inc., 251 
Ballardvale Street. Breeder of laboratory 
animals — mice and rats. Tours by prior arrangement 
only. Contact Mr. Andre R. Normand, Personnel 
Director. Phone: 617 658-6000. 

WINCHENDON 

33 New England Woodenware Corporation, 363 River 
Street. Corrugated paper cartons. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Contact A.W. 
Urquhart, Vice President-Treasurer. Phone: 617 
297-0921. 

WORCESTER 

1 Norton Company, One New Bond Street. Grinding 
wheel manufacturer. Tours by advance arrangement 
only, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Contact Mr. David B. Tyler, 
Supervisor, Community Relations. Phone: 617 
853-1000, Ext. 2231. 

68 Reed and Prince Manufacturing Company, One 
Duncan Avenue. Manufacturer of metal fasteners. 
Tours by prior arrangement only. Contact Jeffrey 
Hunter, Personnel Director. Phone: 617 753-2931, 
Ext. 244. 



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72 Worcester Telegram and Gazette, Inc., 20 Franklin 
Street. Tours by prior arrangement only. Contact 
Andy Fuller, Public Relations Director. Phone: 617 

755-4321. 



MICHIGAN 

ADA 

91 Amway Corporation, 7575 East Fulton. Home and 
personal care products. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 9 and 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 and 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 75 minutes. Group number: 100 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Children under 
15 must be accompanied by an adult. Contact Mr. 
Milt Weeks, Guest Relations. Phone: 616 676-6233. 

ALPENA 

66 Besser Company, Johnson Street. Manufacturer of 
concrete block machinery. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. 
No tours during week of July 4. Group number: 12 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 day required. 
Spanish and French translation available. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 16 
not admitted. Contact Joseph W. Gentry, Assistant 
Personnel Manager. Phone: 517 354-4111. 

BARAGA 

66 Pettibone Michigan Corporation, P.O. Box 368. 
Manufacturer of heavy equipment for log, lumber, 
pulpwood and building trade industries. Tours avail- 
able upon advance notice, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 45-60 minutes. No tours April 1-6. Group 
number: 6-30. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. 
Finnish, Swedish and French translation available. 
Children under 10 not admitted. Contact Mr. 
Russell F. Carriere, Vice President-General 
Manager. Phone: 906 353-661 1 . 

BATTLE CREEK 

86 American Fire Pump & Apparatus Companies, 
15150 — 6 '/> Mile Road. Fire pumps and fire trucks. 
Tour of fire pump plant and apparatus plant (next 
door). Visitors observe the machining, testing and 
assembly of fire pumps, and complete assembly of 
fire trucks from start to finish. Equipment shown: 
pumpers, aerials, elevating platforms, water towers 
and special custom-built apparatus. Tours Monday, 
Thursday and Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-5 
p.m. Tour length: 15-30 minutes. Group number: 
2-12. Advance notice of 5 weeks required. Contact 
Leo Simurr, Sales Manager ( Apparatus Plant) or Jim 
Moody, Sales Manager (Pump Plant). Phone: 616 
963-1548 (apparatus) or 616 962-8768 (pump). 



26 Kellogg Company, 235 Porter Street. Breakfast 
cereals. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the day before 
and the day after a holiday. Group number: 35 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required for 
groups. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
must be accompanied by an adult. Contact H.C. 
Nipper, Director of Visitors' Service. Phone: 616 
962-5151. 

BAY CITY 

50 Made Rite Potato Chip Company, 505 North Euclid 
Avenue. Potato chip manufacturer. Visitors view 
the potato chip manufacturing process from raw 
product to packaging of chips. Tours Monday 
through Thursday, 9:30-11 a.m. Tour length: 15 
minutes. Group number: 25-60. Advance notice 
required. Contact Mrs. Linda Toyzan or Sue Born. 
Phone:517 684-6271. 

BEAVERTON 

79 Alma Plastics Company, Kal Plant, 4378 South 
M-18. Plastic sheet extruder. Tour of extrusion 
operation, warehouse and maintenance area. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 30-45 minutes. Group number: 2-10. Ad- 
vance notice of 1 week required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 18 not admitted. 
Contact John Graveline, Plant Manager. Phone: 517 
435-7701. 

BENTON HARBOR 

50 Benton Harbor Fruit Market, 1891 Territorial Road. 
Farmers' market. Tours June 1 to October 15, 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Ad- 
vance notice preferred. Contact Alvin Braudo, Man- 
ager. Phone:616 925-0681. 

66 Gast Manufacturing Corporation, P.O. Box 99 
(2300 M-139). Pneumatic products: air compres- 
sors, vacuum pumps, air motors. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 
hours. Group number: 6-24. Advance notice of 6 
weeks required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 16 not admitted. Contact Jack 
Huffman. Phone: 616 926-6171. 



BESSEMER 

65 Iron Wood Products, Yale Avenue. Manufacturer of 
plywood panels. Tours on Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 30 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice required. Children under 14 
not admitted. Contact James Rye, Sales Manager. 
Phone:906 937-4212. 



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BLISSFIELD 

23 The Home Canning Company, 223 Jefferson Av- 
enue. Vegetable canning. Tours August 15 through 
October 1, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 20 
minutes. Group number: 30 maximum. Advance 
notice required. Children under 8 not admitted. 
Contact Cecil Schmitz, General Manager. Phone: 
517 486-2700. 

BRADLEY 

45 Plummer Supply, 1180— 129th Street. Producer of 
irrigation parts and services. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 60 minutes. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact Cal 
Plummer, Owner. Phone: 616 792-2215. 



BRIDGMAN 

82 Indiana & Michigan Electric Company, Cook Nuc- 
lear Center. Electrical power generated by nuclear 
energy. Tours Wednesday through Saturday, 10 
a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 12 noon to 6 p.m.; Memo- 
rial Day through Labor Day, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 
Wednesday through Saturday and 1 1 a.m. to 6 p.m. 
on Sunday. Tour length: 45 minutes. No tours on 
Monday and Tuesday, but open on holidays. Group 
number: 3-73. Advance notice of 2 weeks required 
for groups of more than 10. All nuclear facility tours 
must be cleared in writing through the American 
Electric Power System, New York. Contact Mrs. 
Cathy Will. Phone: 616 465-6101. 

CADILLAC 

53 St. Johns, Inc., 130 Gunn. Furniture 
manufacturer — wooden dining room furniture. Vis- 
itors observe furniture production from rough 
lumber to finished product. Tours by advance ar- 
rangement only, Monday through Friday, 9:15 a.m. 
and 12:30 and 2:15 p.m. Tour length: 45-60 min- 
utes. Group number: 2-10. Children under 16 not 
admitted. Contact E.W. Townsend, Plant Manager. 
Phone:616 775-2425. 



CENTREVILLE 

66 Meyer Hydraulics Corporation, 512 West Burr Oak 
Street. Manufacturer of hydraulic jacks, lifts and 
presses. Tour of manufacturing shop of hydraulic 
equipment. Tours Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
3 p.m. Tour length: 15 minutes. No tours week 
between Christmas and New Year's. Group number: 
10 maximum. Advance notice required. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact Gerald R. Meyer, 
President, or Barry G. Meyer, Vice President. 
Phone:616 467-6302. 



CHARLOTTE 

45 C & B Silo Company, 2598 Lansing Road. Silo 
manufacturing. Open daily, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. No 
tours week between Christmas and New Year's. 
Advance notice of 1 week preferred. Spanish trans- 
lation available. Contact Paul E. Way. Phone: 517 
543-4260. 

CHELSEA 

50 Chelsea Milling Company, North Street. Manufac- 
turer of "Jiff" Cake and Frosting Mixes. Tour 
consists of a slide presentation and a question-and- 
answer period prior to touring the plant. Tours by 
appointment only, Monday through Friday; 9:30 and 
10:30 a.m. and 12:30 and 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. No tours three days before each holiday. 
Group number: 60 maximum. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Preschool children must be accompanied by parent 
or guardian. Contact Helen Doering, Tour Depart- 
ment. Phone: 313 475-1361. 

COMSTOCK PARK 

66 Metzgar Conveyor Company, 901 Metzgar Drive. 
Manufacturer of conveyor equipment. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 45 minutes. Group number: 15 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. No children 
admitted. Contact D. Robert Metzgar. Phone: 616 
784-0930. 

COOPERSVILLE 

65 Heath Manufacturing Company, 140 Mill Street. 
Manufacturer of redwood planters and bird feeders. 
Tour of production facilities, including the saw 
room, assembly room and packing room. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the last week of June. 
Contact Donald Heath or Lewis Hebron. Phone: 616 
837-8181. 

DEARBORN 

7 Rouge Manufacturing Complex (Ford Michigan 
Company). Tours are available throughout the year. 
Information about the daily tours departing from the 
Ford Guest Center may be obtained by calling 313 
322-0034. Groups or individuals with special inter- 
ests may obtain further information by calling the 
International Public Relations Office: 313 322-5845. 

DETROIT 

67 Frederick & Herrud, Inc., 1487 Farnsworth. Slaugh- 
ter house — fresh pork products. Tour of slaughter- 
ing, cutting and packaging operations. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 
1 hour. Group number: 5-10. Advance notice re- 
quired. No cameras or sketches permitted. No chil- 
dren admitted. Contact Mr. Joel Dorfman, Opera- 
tions Manager. Phone: 313 832-6080. 



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93 Helin Tackle Company, 4099 Beaufait Avenue. 
Manufacturer of artificial lures (baits) for game fish. 
Visitors observe the manufacturing of lures and a 
film presentation. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Group number: 10-50. Advance 
notice required. Finnish and Polish translation avail- 
able. Contact Wallace Helin, Vice President. Phone: 
313 921-0888. 

75 Michigan Refining Division, Marathon Oil Com- 
pany, 1300 South Fort Street. Petroleum refining — 
gasoline, kerosene, heating oil, asphalt, propylene, 
propane. A brief oral presentation of refinery opera- 
tions is followed by a conducted tour of refinery 
facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 2-3 hours. Group number: 2-20. 
Advance notice of 6 weeks required. Italian, Ger- 
man, Polish, Spanish and Yiddish translation avail- 
able. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 16 not admitted. Contact Sydney Blum. 
Phone:313 843-9100. 

11 National Bank of Detroit Money Museum, 611 
Woodward Avenue. Visitors to the Money Museum 
are offered a look at the coins, currency and unusual 
items man has used as money over the centuries. 
Highlights of the collection are a U.S. $10,000 bill 
and an example of the largest money in the world 
from Yap Island. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Group 
number: 30 maximum. Advance notice of 3 weeks 
required. Contact Special Events Representative. 
Phone:313 225-1701. 

16 The Stroh Brewery Company, 909 East Elizabeth 
Street. Tour of the facilities with an explanation of 
the brewing and packaging process. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 40 
minutes. No tours during week between Christmas 
and New Year's. Group number: 50 maximum. 
Advance notice required for groups of more than 25 
persons. German, French, Polish and Spanish trans- 
lation available with prior notice. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children must be accompanied 
by an adult. Contact Mr. Don Nadeau, Manager of 
Hospitality. Phone: 313 961-5840. 

68 Taylor & Gaskin, Inc., 6440 Mack Avenue. Man- 
ufacturer of conveyors, industrial processing equip- 
ment and heavy equipment for the coke industry. An 
orientation period is followed by a tour of the plant 
and a question-and-answer period. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 
30-60 minutes. No tours December 25 through 
January 1. Group number: 15 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1-2 weeks required. Children under 6 not 
admitted. Contact Michael Gaskin. Phone: 313 
925-9550. 



50 Vlasic Foods, Inc., Box 757. Pickle products. Tours 
would be of interest only to other pickle processors. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. Tour length: 
60-90 minutes. Group number 2-15. Written 
notice of 6 weeks required. No cameras permitted. 
Contact Blaine Peterson. Phone: 313 851-9400. 

DEXTER 

19 Jenkins Equipment Company, Inc. and Sweepster, 
Inc., 2810 Baker. Street sweepers and brush 
replacements — polypropolene bristles. Visitors ob- 
serve fabrication of sweepers; manufacturing of 
various types of brushes and extrusion of 
polypropolene bristles. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. 
Group number: 2-10. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. German and Spanish translation available 
occasionally. No children admitted. Contact 
Robert Doletzky, Vice President-Sales. Phone: 313 
426-3961. 

DOLLAR BAY 

65 Horner Flooring Company, Maple Avenue. Man- 
ufacturers of Hard Maple flooring. Visitors observe 
processing of Maple lumber into a finished product. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours week of August 
9. Group number: 12 maximum. Advance notice of 
2 weeks required. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Robert Gravitter, H. Kenneth Hamar, 
John C. Hamar or Edward J. Stone. Phone: 906 
482-1180. 

DOWAGIAC 

65 Jessup Door Company, Inc., 300 East Railroad 
Street. Manufacturer of wood doors (panel, louver 
and sash). Tour begins with product line presenta- 
tion and brief company history. The plant tour 
shows the start-to-finish aspect of door production. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon 
and 1-3:30 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. No tours the 
first week in July and the week between Christmas 
and New Year's. Group number: 2-20. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Contact Lyle Headington, Personnel 
Manager. Phone: 616 782-2183. 

ESCANABA 

74 Mead Corporation, Escanaba Paper Company, 
County Road 426. Publishing paper. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 
60-90 minutes. No tours week of July 4 and Christ- 
mas week. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Group number: 15 maximum. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 14 not admitted. 
Contact Robert E. Barron. Phone: 906 786-1660. 



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FARMINGTON 

66 French Enterprises, Inc., 29666 West Nine Mile 
Road. "Ball-O-Matic" (patented) ballizing equip- 
ment and processing. Tour includes discussion of 
"Ball-O-Matic" equipment and process, as well as 
a slide presentation. Tours by advance arrangement 
only. Tour length: 1-2 hours. Group number: 30-40. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. No cameras 
permitted. Contact George A. Gazan, President. 
Phone:313 474-7200. 



FREMONT 

50 Gerber Products Company, 445 State Street. Baby 
food — preparation, filling, sealing, labeling, ware- 
housing of various varieties of prepared baby food. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9-1 1:30 a.m. and 1-4 
p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. Group number: 40 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required for 
groups. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
must be accompanied by adults. Contact Chris 
Tonkin, Plant Hostess. Phone: 616 928-2630. 



FRANKENMUTH 

16 Carling National Breweries, Inc., 926 South Main 
Street. Brewing, canning and bottling of malt bever- 
ages. Tour includes visit to brewhouse area and 
bottling and canning department. Tours Monday 
through Friday, June 1 to September 1: 10 a.m., 11 
a.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3 p.m.; September 1 to 
June 1:11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Tour length: 35 
minutes. Group number: 90 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week required for groups of 25 or more. 
Contact Mr. Jay Pearsall, Tour Program Manager. 
Phone: 517 652-6161. 



FRANKFORT 

50 Pet Incorporated-Frozen Foods Division, 1121 Main 
Street. Manufacturer of frozen dessert pies, pie 
shells, cobblers and whipped topping. Tour of 
production lines, shipping and warehouse areas. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. or 2 p.m. 
Tour length: 2 hours. Group number: 25 maximum. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Preschool children must be ac- 
companied by adults. Contact Duane S. Williams, 
Plant Manager. Phone: 616 352-9641 . 



FRASER 

53 National Seating Company of Michigan, Inc., 
16595 — 13 Mile Road. Manufacturer of commercial 
furniture for restaurants and lounges, and home 
dinette furniture. Tour of upholstery division (man- 
ufacturing of chairs, stools and booths) and table 
division (manufacturing of table legs and booth 
wood construction). Tours Monday through Friday, 
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Group number: 2-10. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Children under 18 not 
admitted. Contact Mr. James E. Bolin. Phone: 313 
293-3350. 



GALESBURG 

48 Burgess Seed and Plant Company, 67 East Battle 
Creek Street. Horticulture — seeds and plants. Tour 
of greenhouses, seed farm, nursery storage, order 
processing and shipping area. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tours by advance 
arrangement only. Group number: 25 maximum. 
Contact Patrick Sweeney. Phone: 616 665-7079. 



GLADWIN 

105 Linabery Products, Inc., 490 Industrial Park Drive. 
Manufacturer of recreational vehicle accessories, 
sign maintenance equipment, fireplaces and wood- 
burning stoves. Tours Monday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 45 minutes. No tours November 15-22. 
Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
week required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 18 not admitted. Contact Leo 
Brown, Marketing and Sales Manager, or Leon 
Wheeler, Plant Production Manager. Phone: 517 
426-8422. 



105 Wolverine Camper Corporation, 801 East Cedar 
Avenue. Manufacturer of pickup campers and 
mini-motor homes. Visitors' observe construction 
and assembly of pickup campers and mini-homes. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 20 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 2 days required. Contact 
Leonard Oesch. Phone: 517 426-9241. 



GRAND HAVEN 

20 Rycenga Homes, Inc., 1053 Jackson. Custom man- 
ufacturer of paneled homes. General tour of factory, 
engineering department and subdivisions. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 10 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice required. Contact Ronald Bloom. 
Phone: 616 842-8040. 



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GRAND JUNCTION 

50 Michigan Blueberry Growers Association, Drawer 
B, County Road 215. Blueberry production. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Tours from July 4 to Labor Day. 
Group number: 15 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
John Shelford, Public Relations. Phone: 616 
434-6791. 



HOLLAND 

12 Brooks Products, Inc., 777 Brooks Avenue. Soft 
drink manufacturer. Visitors view the process of soft 
drink manufacturing from a glass enclosed balcony. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 10-11:30 a.m. and 
1:30-4:30 p.m. Tour length: 15 minutes. Group 
number: 6-20. Advance notice required. Contact 
Robert J. Marcus, Public Relations. Phone: 616 
396-2371. 



GRAND RAPIDS 

65 Antique Reproductions, Inc., 250 Commerce, S.W. 
Cabinet manufacturer — grandfather clocks exclu- 
sively. Tour of the following areas: rough mill, 
finish mill, assembly, finishing, final assembly and 
shipping. Tours Friday, 1-4 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 
hours. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance 
notice required. Sketches not permitted. Children 
under 16 not admitted. Contact Robert D. Rose. 
Phone:616 774-9321. 



66 Clipper Belt Lacer Company, 974 Front Avenue, 
N.W. Manufacturer of belt lacing equipment. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 
1:30-4 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. No tours 
the last two weeks of July and last ten days of the 
year. Group number: 8 maximum. Advance notice 
of 1-2 days required. No cameras or sketches permit- 
ted. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact Russell 
Vollink, Vice President. Phone: 616 459-3196. 

HARBERT 

111 Lakeside Vineyard, Inc., 13581 Red Arrow High- 
way. Winery — Vina del Lago Sangria, Lakeside 
wines, Molly Pitcher wines. Tour of vineyards and 
winery, returning to the "Tasting Barrel" to sample 
the wines. Tours Monday through Saturday: 9 a.m. 
to 5 p.m.; Sunday, 12 noon to 6 p.m. Tour length: 
30 minutes. Group number: 30 maximum. Advance 
notice required if group consists of more than 10 
persons. Contact Helen D. Lundquist, Customer 
Relations. Phone: 616 469-0700. 



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Deklomp Wooden Shoe & Delft Factory, 257 East 
32nd Street. Manufacturer of wooden shoes, delft- 
ware and related products. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 
minutes. No tours in January. Group number: 15 
maximum. Advance notice of 10 days required. 
Dutch translation available. Contact John Vink. 
Phone:616 396-2292. 



Polynesian Pools, Inc., 1145 South Washington. 
Swimming pool manufacturer. Visitors see how a 
panel is vacuum formed, the fiberglassing of the 
panel and the manufacturing of vinyl liners and 
covers. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 2-8. 
Advance notice required. Italian, Spanish, French, 
Turkish, Polish, Czech and Dutch translation avail- 
able. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 18 not admitted. Visitors from competitive 
industries in foreign countries must be cleared 
before admission to plant is granted. Contact Mr. 
Robert Glonek. Phone: 616 392-6941. 



HARTFORD 

111 Bronte Champagne & Wines Company, Route 2, 
County Road 687. Winery and vineyard. Tour of 
retail store, wine aging cellars, champagne and 
sherry rooms, wine and champagne bottling lines 
and tasting room. Tours Monday through Saturday: 
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday, 12 noon to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 25 minutes. Advance notice required if more 
than 20 persons. Contact Lyn Winkel, Public Rela- 
tions and Tours. Phone: 616 621-3419. 



110 Taylor Produce & Storage Company, 449 Howard 
Avenue. Public refrigerated and general merchan- 
dise warehouse. Tours available on advance notice; 
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 15 maximum. Advance notice of 2 days 
required. Children under 13 not admitted. Contact 
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HOWELL 

66 Ex-Cell-O Workcenter Division, 2280 West Grand 
River Avenue (P.O. Box 40). Machine tool man- 
ufacturer. The product line is primarily numerical- 
computer controlled metal cutting machine tools. 
The tour includes the machine assembly area, 
machine shop where components of the equipment 
are produced, inspection equipment and computer 
support equipment. This plant builds the most com- 
plete line of horizontal spindle machining centers in 
the world. Tours Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- 
day (preferably 2nd and 3rd week of month), 8-11 
a.m. and 1-4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 20 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
preferred. German, French and Spanish translation 
available. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 10 not admitted. Contact R. Ellig, Gen- 
eral Sales Manager. Phone: 517 546-5330. 

IMLAY CITY 

27 Anderson Peat Company, 332 Graham Road. Bag- 
ging peat humus and mining peat. Tour of bagging 
plant and warehouse, and in the summer the mining 
area. Tours Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 3-25. 
Advance notice of 1 day required. Contact Ward 
Jessop or Joe Roy. Phone: 313 724-2875. 

JACKSON 

58 Airport Industries, Inc., 3601 Wildwood Avenue. 
Manufacturer of large diameter screw machine pro- 
ducts. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance notice 
required. Contact Robert Hones. Phone: 517 
782-0539. 



KALAMAZOO 

72 Kalamazoo Gazette, 401 South Burdick Street. 
Newspaper. Visitors observe production aspects of 
the newspaper industry from the newsroom to the 
pressroom. If requested, tour can be geared for 
career orientation. Tours Monday through Friday, 
9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour length: 45-60 minutes. 
Group number: 60 maximum. Advance notice of 2-3 
weeks required from September to June; 1 week 
required from June to September. Children under 10 
not admitted. Contact Elaine R. Cossar, Promotion 
Department. Phone: 616 345-3511, Ext. 391. 



LANSING 

44 Farm Bureau Services, Inc., Public Relations and 
Marketing Services Division, 7373 West Saginow, 
P.O. Box 960. Manufacturer of agricultural 
supplies — feed, fertilizer, grain and bean marketing. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 1-2 hours. Group number: 4-20. Ad- 
vance notice of 10 days required. Admittance re- 
stricted to ages 12 to 65. Contact Arlo Wasson, 
Director of Public Relations and Marketing Ser- 
vices. Phone:517485-8121. 



50 Lorann Oils, Inc., 4518 Aurelius Road. Packaging 
food flavors and food colors. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. 
Group number: 20 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Children under 16 not admitted. 
Contact Mrs. Lucille Carlson. Phone: 517 
882-0215. 



42 Commonwealth Associates, Inc., 209 East 
Washington Avenue. Consulting, design engineer- 
ing and architecture. "Overview" presentation of 
company and activities followed by tour of engineer- 
ing, architectural, environmental, computer and re- 
prographic areas. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 
10-25. Advance notice of 3 weeks required. French 
and Spanish translation available. Children under 16 
not admitted. Contact L.A. Nichols, Manager, In- 
formational Services. Phone: 517 788-3790. 

82 Consumers Power Company, 212 West Michigan 
Avenue. Public utility (investor-owned) providing 
gas and electric service. Tours by appointment only. 
Advance notice required. Children under 14 not 
admitted. Contact Paul F. Ingell, Ludington Pumped 
Storage Hydroelectric Plant; Russell C. Youngdahl, 
Nuclear Plant. Phone: 517 788-0550. 



LAWRENCE 

50 Michigan Quality Frozen Foods, Inc., 129 Main. 
Frozen fruit processing. Tour of farming operation 
and processing facilities. Tours Monday through 
Friday by appointment, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tours 
during months the fruits are in season. Advance 
notice required. No cameras permitted. Contact 
Robert E. Carpp or Harvey Ortmann. Phone: 616 
674-8082. 



LINWOOD 

50 Bay View Food Products Company, 219 East Ben- 
jamin Street. Fresh and salted cucumbers. Visitors 
observe harvesting of cucumbers, grading, salting 
and shipping. Tours July 15 to September 10; 
Monday through Saturday, starting at 12 noon. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 4-10. Contact 
Donald H. Moore. Phone: 517 697-5752. 



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LUDINGTON 

37 House of Flavors, Inc., 402 West Ludington Av- 
enue. Ice cream and ice cream mix production. 
Tours by appointment only. Tour length: 30 min- 
utes. Group number: 15 maximum. Advance notice 
required. Contact Robert Neal, Jr., President. 
Phone: 616 845-5785. 



MANISTEE 

5 Glen of Michigan, 77 Hancock Street. Manufacturer 
of misses' sportswear — pants, jackets, shirts and 
skirts. Tour of manufacturing facility, including 
cutting room, stitching and finishing departments, 
pattern-making department and shipping area. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Sep- 
tember through May); 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (June 
through August). Group number: 10-25. Advance 
notice required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. 
Contact Harless Feagins or Janell Sandstedt. Phone: 
616 723-3531. 



MASON 

63 Ka Tal Pa Arabian Horse Farm, 596 North 
Hagadorn Road. Breeding, training, racing and 
showing of Arabian horses. Visitors tour the stable 
area and trophy room, and see all of the horses. 
Tours daily, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 
hours. Advance notice preferred. Contact Dr. James 
or Ann Louise Budd. Phone: 517 485-8856 or 517 
676-2141. 



MENOMINEE 

3 Enstrom Helicopter Corporation, 2229 North 22nd 
Street. Helicopter manufacturer. Tours May through 
September; first and third Thursday of each month, 
2-4 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 
25 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 6 
must be accompanied by an adult. Contact Ernest L. 
Medina, Administrative Vice President. Phone: 906 
863-9972. 

MIDLAND 

79 Dow Chemical U.S.A., Midland Division. Chemi- 
cals and plastics. Tours Monday through Friday, by 
appointment. Tour length: 1-6 hours. Tours are 
tailored to specific interest and can fluctuate in time. 
Group number: 35 maximum. Advance notice of 1-2 
weeks required. No cameras permitted. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact Mr. Russ G. 
Hamlin, Supervisor of Guest Relations. Phone: 517 
636-2591. 



MONROE 

53 La-Z-Boy Chair Company, 1284 North Telegraph 
Road. Upholstered reclining chairs. Tour includes 
cutting, sewing, upholstering and final assembly 
areas. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. and 1 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours first two weeks 
of July. Group number: 50 maximum. Advance 
notice of 2 days required. Children must be 10 years 
of age unless accompanied by an adult. Contact 
Donald E. Blohm, Office Manager. Phone: 313 
242-1444. 

MUSKEGON HEIGHTS 

66 Edlen Machinery Company, 2524 Park Street. Re- 
building and reconditioning of machinery. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 10 maxi- 
mum. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Lester D. Scott, Secretary-Treasurer. Phone: 616 
733-2695. 

74 S. D. Warren Company, A Division of Scott Paper 
Company, 2400 Lakeshore Drive. Pulp and pa- 
permill. Tours daily, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tour length: 2 
and Vz hours. No tours the first week in July. Group 
number: 5-50. Written advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 15 not admitted. Contact Mr. Ned Dale, 
Jr., Equal Employment and Training Coordinator, 
Industrial Relations Department. Phone: 616 
755-3761. 

OSCODA 

14 Sawyer Canoe Company, 234 State Street. Man- 
ufacturer of lightweight fiberglass canoes for com- 
petition use; canoes for sports and family use, and 
canoe rentals and float trips. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-4 p.m. Tour length: 
10-60 minutes. Group number: 40 maximum. Con- 
tact Paul Johnston or Robert Gramorie. Phone: 517 
739-9181. 

owosso 

53 Lee L. Woodard Sons, Inc., 317 South Elm Street. 
Manufacturer of wrought iron and casual furniture. 
Tour of various stages of production of wrought iron 
furniture, including forging forming, welding and 
finishing. Tour also includes the upholstery and 
cushion making department. There is a lot of detail 
work resembling the old blacksmith shop doing the 
intricate work of forging and the use of the anvil. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 12 maximum. 
Written advance notice of 6 weeks required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact John H. Hekman, President, 
or Joe White, Director of Production. Phone: 517 
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PAW PAW 

111 Frontenac Vineyards, Inc., 3418 West Michigan. 
Wine production — table, dessert, fruit and specialty 
wines. A guided tour through the procedures of wine 
making from harvesting the grapes to the finished 
product. Visitors are invited to taste wines from the 
fifty varieties that are manufactured in this plant. 
Tours Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; 
Sunday, 12 noon to 5 p.m. Tour length: 20-30 
minutes. Group number: 2-150. Advance notice 
required for groups of more than 40 persons. Con- 
tact Richard Bauman, Tour Director. Phone: 616 
657-5531. 

Ill St. Julian Wine Company, Inc., 716 South 
Kalamazoo Street. Producer of many varieties of 
wines and champagnes. Tour of winery and storage 
facility, followed by wine sampling from over forty 
types of wine. Tours Monday through Saturday, 9 
a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, 12 noon to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 30-35 minutes. Group number: 50 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 1 week required for large 
groups. Contact John Bragadini, Public Relations 
Director. Phone: 616 657-5568. 

Ill Warner Vineyards, Inc., 706 South Kalamazoo 
Street. Table, dessert wines, champagnes, sparkling 
wines, grape juice and grape concentrate. A 45- 
minute tour of the winery, followed by wine tasting 
from the forty-two varieties of fine wines and 
champagnes. Tours Monday through Saturday, 9 
a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday, 12 noon to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 90 minutes. Group number: 30 maximum. 
Advance notice of 60 days preferred. Contact Bob 
Harrison, Hospitality Director, or Rick Palasinski, 
Tour Director. Phone: 616 657-3165. 

PORT HURON 

72 Times Herald, 907 Sixth Street. Daily newspaper. 
Tour consists of a slide presentation and walking 
tour through the building. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. Group number: 5-30. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Mary Jo Williams, Public Service. Phone: 
313 985-7171. 

ST. CLAIR SHORES 

83 Tweddle Litho Company, 24000 Harper Avenue. 
Commercial lithography — computerized typeset- 
ting. Visitors see following printing operations: 
preparation and typesetting of copy, platemaking, 
printing, etc. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. 
to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 12 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 day required. Chil- 
dren under 18 not admitted. Contact Eddie Matson, 
Jerry Pilot or Mike Tweddle. Phone: 313 371-3300. 



ST. JOSEPH 

41 Heath Company (Subsidiary of Schlumberger, 
Ltd.), Hilltop Road. Electronic instruments and 
electronic kits — metal fabrications, parts packag- 
ing, material-handling, automated warehouse, elec- 
tronic equipment assembly, office operation (retail 
store with product demonstrations at this location, 
also). Tours during June, July and August only, 
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 30 maximum. 
Advance notice of 6 weeks required for groups; 
individuals do not require an appointment. No 
cameras or tape recorders permitted. Children under 
16 not admitted. Contact M.R. Cutter, Manager, 
Marketing Services. Phone: 616 982-3264. 

SOUTH HAVEN 

66 Getman Corporation, 820 Dunkley Avenue. Under- 
ground mining equipment. Tours June through Au- 
gust, Tuesday through Thursday, 1-5 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 6 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice of 4 weeks required. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact E.G. Getman, President. 
Phone:616 637-2151. 

65 S. E. Overton Company, 229 Elkenburg Street. 
Woodworking — gunstocks, guitar necks, molding, 
etc. Visitors observe machining, sanding and finish- 
ing operations. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours first 
2 weeks in July. Group number: 6-30. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Children under 10 not 
admitted. Contact Frank Overton, President. Phone: 
616 637-1194. 



SOUTH LYON 

63 Knotty Pine Farm, 21425 Pontiac Trail. Thor- 
oughbred horse farm. Visitors see the daily activities 
of a working horse farm. Tours daily, 10 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice 
of 1 week required. Small children must be accom- 
panied by adults. Contact Jean Mclninch. Phone: 
313 437-1876. 



STERLING 

65 Knights Mill, 3625 Boorgeouis Road. Industrial 
lumber and pallets. Visitors tour the following 
operations: cutting, pallet assembly, fence building 
and rail splitting. Tours Monday through Thursday, 
10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. 
Group number: 6-30. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Contact Gordon Rendrick, Plant Manager. 
Phone:517 654-3504. 



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TAYLOR 

66 GAR Manufacturing Company, 6835 Monroe 
Boulevard. Tool and die shop. Visitors see manufac- 
turing of tools, jigs, fixtures and special machines. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 10 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 2-5 days required. Italian 
and German translation available. Children under 15 
not admitted. Contact George A. Rotter or Ernest 
Rotter. Phone: 313 291-8600. 



105 Leland Engineering, Inc., P.O. Box 698. Manufac- 
turer of trailer frames and snowmobile trailers — 
metal fabrication and welding. Tour of plant, includ- 
ing working of press and assembly line to finished 
product. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length: 2-3 hours. No tours weeks of 
Christmas and New Year's. Group number: 10 
maximum. Advance notice of 2-3 days required. 
Contact Gary Miller, Plant Manager. Phone: 616 
483-7681 or 219 294-6409. 



TRAVERSE CITY 

50 Traverse City Canning Company, 3710 Cass Road. 
Food processing (canned and frozen): tart cherries, 
sweet cherries, asparagus, plums, apple products, 
pie filling, cherry sauce and kidney beans. Tours by 
appointment only. Written advance notice of 6 
weeks required. Contact David R. Kellogg, Presi- 
dent and General Manager. Phone: 616 946-4860. 



WAYLAND 

5 Kessler, Inc., 801 South Main Street. Manufacturer 
of infants' sleep and playwear — patterns, cutting, 
sewing, packaging and shipping. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Tour length: 
1 hour. Group number: 5-50. Advance notice of 1 
week required. No sketches permitted. Children 
under 13 not admitted. Contact Eleanor Klinesteker, 
Receptionist. Phone: 616 792-2222. 



WEST OLIVE 

48 Van Pines, Inc. Evergreen and deciduous tree 
wholesale nursery. Tours April through October, 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 3 hours. Group number: 20 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact Marion Van Slooten. 
Phone: 616 399-1620. 



WHITE PIGEON 

105 Cavalcade Industries, Inc., U.S. 131 South. Man- 
ufacturer of recreational vehicles: travel trailers, 
truck campers, fifth wheel and mini-motor homes. 
Tour of manufacturing process from start to finished 
product. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 12 
maximum. Advance notice of 1-2 weeks required. 
Contact John W. Logan, President. Phone: 616 
483-7696. 



WILLIAMSTON 

63 Omega Cattle Corporation, 4900 South M-52. Reg- 
istered Angus cattle and quarter horses, feedlot and 
grain elevator. Tours Monday through Saturday, 9 
a.m. to 5 p.m., by appointment only. Advance 
notice required. Contact Steven M. Simmons, Pres- 
ident. Phone:517 468-3366. 

YPSILANTI 

72 The Ypsilanti Press, 20 East Michigan Avenue. 
Publication of daily newspaper. Complete tour of 
the building including seeing the pages made up, 
presses running and mailroom activities. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 30-45 minutes. Group number: 25 
maximum. Advance notice of 3 days required. 
Children under 7 not admitted. Contact Linda Sue 
Melvin, Secretary to the Publisher. Phone: 313 
482-2000, Ext. 73. 

ZEELAND 

53 Colonial Manufacturing Company, 103 North Colo- 
nial Street. Manufacturer of grandfather clocks. 
Visitors observe woodworking and clock assembly. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 2 hours. No tours June 26 through July 
16. Group number: 3-10. Advance notice required. 
Children not admitted. Contact Terry Mervhu. 
Phone:616 772-2108. 



MINNESOTA 



ADA 



63 Natco, Inc., Highway 200, Route 1, Box 100. Cattle 
feeding and farming. Visitors see a working feedlot 
and cattle raising operation, including a 1,000-head 
confinement barn with a flume manure removal 
system. They may also see crop production on 2,300 
acres of land, some of which is irrigated. Tours 
Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tour 
length: 1-2 hours. Advance notice of 1 day required. 
Contact Herman Natwick, Owner. Phone: 218 
584-5125. 



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ALBERT LEA 

45 Universal Milking Machine Division, Universal 
Cooperatives, Inc., 408 First Avenue. Milking 
machines, vacuum pumps and sanitary fittings. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. No tours first week of Sep- 
tember. Advance notice required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact Clarence J. Schroeder, 
Manager. Phone: 507 373-3922. 

FARIBAULT 

99 Faribault Woolen Mill Company, 1500 2nd Avenue, 
N.W. Manufacturer of blankets and heavy fabrics. 
Visitors view each operation from raw wool to 
finished product. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 
a.m. and 2 p.m. Tour length: 40 minutes. No tours 
two weeks following Fourth of July holiday. Group 
number: 20 maximum. Advance notice required for 
large groups. Children under 12 not admitted unless 
accompanied by parent. Contact Mrs. Donna 
Murphy. Phone: 507 334-6444. 

50 New Richmond Farms, Division of Domain Indus- 
tries, Inc., 1 1 16 — 4th Avenue, N.W. Food proces- 
sing. Visitors view all phases of turkey processing. 
Tours Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours January through 
June. Group number: 20 maximum. Written 
notice of 3 weeks required. Spanish transla- 
tion available. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Chuck 
Beatty, Plant Manager. Phone: 507 334-5555. 
GLENWOOD 
3 Clyde Machines, Inc., 500 Hill, Route 55. Aircraft 
ground support equipment and farm equipment 
manufacturer. Tours Wednesday, Thursday and 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. 
Group number: 20 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Arvin Wilson. Phone: 612 634-4504. 

GOLDEN VALLEY 

18 WTCN-TV, 441 Boone Avenue, North. Television 
station. Tour of newsroom, art department, film 
projection, master control, scene shop and studios. 
Tours Monday through Friday, usually in the after- 
noons. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group number: 30 
maximum. Contact Tour Guide. Phone: 612 
546-1111, Ext. 224. 

HERMAN 

50 Herman Market Company, Box 230. Cooperative 
grain elevator. Tour of office, weighing and testing 
room and cleaning and processing facilities. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9-11 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 4-10. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Contact General Man- 
ager. Phone:612 677-2251. 



HOPKINS 

50 Red Owl Stores, Inc., 215 East Excelsior Avenue. 
Food retailer, bakery and warehouse. Tour involves 
a lot of walking and senior citizens may wish to take 
an abreviated tour of just the bakery. Tours Tues- 
day, Wednesday and Thursday, 10 a.m. and II 
a.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. No tours during 
August or the day before a holiday. Group number: 
10-40. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Chil- 
dren under 7 not admitted, and one adult required for 
every 10 children. Contact Mrs. Joyce Steele, Con- 
sumer Affairs Department. Phone: 612 932-2444. 



INTERNATIONAL FALLS 

74 Boise Cascade Corporation, Insulite Division, P.O. 
Box 1302. Paper and building products manufac- 
turer. Tours June through August, Monday through 
Friday, 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 90 minutes. Group number: 25 maximum. 
Advance notice required for special groups. 
Cameras and sketches not permitted. Children under 
10 not admitted. Contact Ralph Yrjanson or register 
at main guard headquarters. Phone: 2 1 8 285-52 1 7 or 
218 285-5574. 



LANESBORO 

47 Minnesota State Fisheries Headquarters, Production 
Unit. Tour consists of a brief orientation of installa- 
tion, history of operation and general procedure. 
There is also a slide presentation depicting Min- 
nesota fish, general fish management and fish hatch- 
ery operation; followed by a tour of the hatching 
facilities, aquaria and hatching ponds and raceways 
with fish feed furnished for those who are interested 
in feeding the fish. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 80 minutes. No tours 
December 1 through March 3 1 . Group number: 
5-40. Advance notice of 5 days required. Contact 
Russell A. Hanson, Hatchery Manager. Phone: 507 
467-3771. 



LITTLE FALLS 

14 Crestliner Boat Division, AMF Inc., 609 N.E. 13th 
Avenue. Pleasure boat manufacturer. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 5-15. Advance notice re- 
quired. Children under 10 not admitted because of 
certain fumes, and persons with respiratory prob- 
lems should be cautioned. Contact Douglas M. 
Kalahar or Susan G. Haugen. Phone: 612 632-6686. 



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LUVERNE 

45 A. R. Wood Manufacturing Company, 220 East 
Maple. Manufacturer of complete poultry, hog and 
cattle confinement systems; firetrucks and fireplac- 
es. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Tour length: 90 minutes. Group number: 15 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 1-2 days required. Ger- 
man, French, Spanish, Vietnamese and Portuguese 
translation available. No cameras or sketches per- 
mitted. Contact Otto Ermler, Export Manager. 
Phone:507 283-4411. 



50 General Mills, Inc., 9200 Wayzata Boulevard. Food 
manufacturer. Tour consists of a presentation of 
General Mills' history and current diversified prod- 
uct line, followed by tour of seven test kitchens. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 10a.m., 11 a.m., 1 
p.m., 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 80 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
week required for large groups. Groups of children 
under 10 not admitted. Contact Dee Young. Phone: 
612 540-2526. 



MANKATO 

65 Hager Manufacturing Company, 1512 — 32 North 
Front Street. Manufacturer of prefinished kitchen 
cabinets. Tours Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- 
day, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
No tours week of July 4. Group number: 10-20. 
Advance notice of two weeks required. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact Mel Hager, Presi- 
dent and Manager. Phone: 507 345-4634. 

MINNEAPOLIS 

83 Augsburg Publishing House, 426 South 5th Street. 
Publisher. Printing and publishing of religious mate- 
rials such as books, music and periodicals. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8-1 1:30 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. 
Tour length: 45 minutes. Group number: 10-50. 
Advance notice of 1 day required. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact Judith A. Thorkelson, Assis- 
tant Personnel Director. Phone: 612 332-4561. 

11 Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, 250 Mar- 
quette Avenue. The Federal Reserve Bank is part of 
the Central Banking System of the United States. 
This is an educational tour explaining the function of 
the Federal Reserve System and the operations of a 
Reserve Bank. Tours Monday through Friday, 8:45 
a.m., 10 a.m., 1 p.m. and 2:15 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. No tours on legal holidays. Group number: 30 
maximum. Tours scheduled by advance reservation 
only. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
five years old and above welcome if accompanied by 
a parent. Contact Tour Coordinator. Phone: 612 
340-2446. 

11 First National Bank of Minneapolis, 120 South 6th 
Street. Full service bank including personal, corpor- 
ate, trust services and international banking. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 15-120. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. French, German and 
Spanish translation available. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 17 not admitted. 
Contact Patricia Partridge, Marketing Officer. 
Phone:612 370-4200. 



92 Goodwill Industries of Minneapolis, 3800 
Washington Avenue, North. Rehabilitation of the 
handicapped through training, evaluation and work 
adjustment. Process consists of recycling used clo- 
thing, furniture, appliances and raw materials. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 25 minutes. Group number: 15-200. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact Diane Straub, Rehabilita- 
tion Counselor, or Al Thompson. Phone: 612 
588-0801. 



56 Hennepin County Government Center, 300 South 
6th Street. County government. The Hennepin 
County Government Center is a new and innovative 
building which features a 24-story enclosed atrium. 
The tour focuses on the building's architectural 
originality, as well as the County and Judicial 
Systems housed within it. Guides show visitors the 
courtrooms, Commissioners' Boardroom and the 
view from the 23rd floor. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 10-85. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required for groups. Walk-in tour daily at 2 p.m. for 
individuals or groups of 10 or less with no advance 
notice required. Contact Mrs. Colleen Molitor. 
Phone: 612 348-5596. 



18 KMSP-TV, 6975 York Avenue, South. Television 
station. Tour consists of business offices, main 
studio and sets, master control room, newsroom, 
video tape machine room and storage area, news 
editing and developing areas, film room and con- 
ference room. Tours Monday through Friday, 9:45- 
11:15 a.m. and 1:30-3:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 6-30. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Children under 6 not admitted. 
Contact Jerry Bronston, Promotion Manager. 
Phone: 612 925-3300, Ext. 48. 



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76 Medtronic, Inc., 3055 Old Highway 8. Biomedical 
engineering and manufacturing of implantable elec- 
tronic heart pacemakers and neurological products. 
Tours Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 90 minutes. Written advance notice of 
6 weeks required. Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese 
and French translation available. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 16 not admitted. 
Contact Visitors Bureau. Phone: 612 781-6061. 



OWATONNA 

102 Owatonna Tool Company, 655 Eisenhower Drive. 
Industrial tools manufacturer. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-5 p.m. 
Tour length: 90 minutes. No tours on national 
holidays. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance 
notice of 2 days required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. No children admitted. Contact 
Jody Parkinson, Training Department. Phone: 507 
451-5310. 



72 Minneapolis Star and Tribune Company, 425 Port- 
land Avenue. Publisher. Newspaper plant involved 
in the printing of daily and Sunday newspapers, 
including the Minneapolis Tribune and Minneapolis 
Star. Visitors view reporters, editors and columnists 
at work, and various mechanical departments. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 10:30 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. 
Tour length: 70 minutes. Group number: 30 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice required. Children under 10 
not admitted. Contact Lorraine Tjernlund. Phone: 
612 372-4163. 



5 Munsingwear, Inc., 718 Glenwood Avenue. Tex- 
tiles and apparel manufacturer. Tour includes five 
steps of garment construction: knitting, dyeing and 
bleaching, fabric finishing, cutting and sewing. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. 
Tour length: 90 minutes. Group number: 10-30. 
Advance notice of 2-4 weeks required. No cameras 
permitted. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
Norma Creamer, Public Relations Assistant. Phone: 
612 340-4746. 



18 WCCO-TV, 50 South 9th Street. Television station. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 5-20. Advance 
notice of 2 days required. Children under 8 not 
admitted. Contact Tom Cousins. Phone: 612 
338-0552. 



NORTH MANKATO 

12 Northland Beverage, Inc., 1707 Tower Boulevard. 
Soft drink manufacturer. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 35 minutes. 
Group number: 25-40. Advance notice of 3 days 
required. Contact Fred Lutz. Phone: 507 388-1668. 



ROCHESTER 

40 Lake Center Industries, Rochester Division, Route 
2, Airport Road. Automatic coffeemaker manufac- 
turer. Tour of assembly line and distribution center. 
Tours Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9-1 1 :30 
a.m. and 1:30-3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 4 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
week required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
No children admitted. Contact Jim Woolums, Plant 
Manager. Phone: 507 289-8103. 

50 Libby, McNeill & Libby, 1217— 3rd Avenue. S.E. 
Food processing. Tours any day during processing 
season, 1 1 a.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. 
Plant processes peas starting approximately June 24 
for 4 weeks, corn July 10 for 8 weeks and carrots to 
November. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance 
notice required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Contact Personnel Office. Phone: 507 288-3433. 

ST. PAUL 

18 Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc., 3415 University Av- 
enue. Television and radio station. (KSTP-TV and 
KSTP-AM Radio) Tour includes two television 
studios, master control area, director's booth, AM 
radio studios with announcer on-the-air. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 40 minutes. No tours on national holidays. 
Group number: 8-25. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. No sketches permitted. Children under 8 
not admitted. Contact Promotion Department. 
Phone: 612 645-2724. 

92 Minneapolis Society For The Blind, 1936 Lyndale 
Avenue, South. Rehabilitation of the blind involving 
light manufacturing. Tours Monday through Friday, 
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 minutes. Group 
number: 30 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Given sufficient notice, interpreters can 
usually be arranged for: European languages — 2 
weeks and others — 1 month minimum. Notification 
will be made if arrangements cannot be made. No 
cameras permitted. Children under 10 not admitted. 
Contact Jeff Moses or Derek Davis. Phone: 612 
871-2222. 



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56 Minnesota State Capitol, corner of Arundel and 
University. State government: Administrative, Judi- 
cal, and Legislative. Tour covers the senate and 
house chambers, governor's office, Supreme Court, 
art and architecture of the building and the history 
of the state as reflected in the building. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturday, 
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Sunday, 1-3 p.m. Tours start 
every hour on the hour. Tour length: 45 minutes. No 
tours on Christmas, New Year's, Easter and 
Thanksgiving. Group number: 120 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice required for groups of more than 10 
persons. Contact Educational Services Division, 
Minnesota Historical Society. Phone: 612 296-2881. 



16 Olympia Brewing Company, 707 East Minnehaha 
Avenue. Brewery. Visitors tour the brewhouse and 
fermentation and bottlehouse. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. during the 
summer and 1-2 p.m. during the winter. Tour 
length: 45 minutes plus 20 minutes in hospitality 
room where visitors may sample products. Group 
number: 30 maximum. Advance notice of 4 days 
required for groups of more than 15 persons. Chil- 
dren under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. 
Contact Vince Lechman, Tour Center Supervisor. 
Phone: 612 771-8833. 



56 St. Paul, Minnesota Post Office, 180 East Kellogg 
Boulevard. U.S. Postal Service. Tour covers the 
handling, sorting and processing of letter mail and 
parcel post. Visitors will see high-speed electronic 
letter-sorting machines, zip mail translators, edger- 
stackers, facer-cancelers and conveyor systems. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 50 minutes. No tours during December. 
Group number: 4-40. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Children under 9 not admitted. Contact 
Foreman of Claims and Inquiry Section. Phone: 612 
725-7021. 



63 South St. Paul Stockyards, Exchange Building. 
Stockyard. Tour is conducted on walkway over 
stockyards where trade activities are in progress, and 
then to the sales arena to watch the auction of cattle. 
Tours Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 8:30-10 
a.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. No tours August 1 
through September 15. Group number: 10-60. Ad- 
vance notice of 2 weeks required. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact Steven G. Loeding, Director, 
Livestock Market Institute. Phone: 612 455-2991, 
Ext. 283. 



40 Whirlpool Corporation, 850 Arcade Street. Man- 
ufacturer of freezers, ice makers and vacuum clean- 
ers. Tour is limited to production area. Tours Thurs- 
day and Friday afternoons only. Tour length: 40 
minutes. No tours for two weeks in August and 
December. Written notice of 1 month required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 16 not admitted. Contact Steve Bond, 
Communications. Phone: 612 778-2243. 



SPRINGFIELD 

49 Springfield Milling Corporation, P.O. Box 107. 
Manufacturer of livestock feed. Visitors see mixing 
and processing of grains, protein supplements, vit- 
amins and minerals into complete feed concentrate, 
and tour new farrow to market swine production 
facilities at company-owned test center. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 2 
hours. Group number: 5-20. Children under 15 not 
admitted. Advance notice required. Contact General 
Manager. Phone: 507 723-4242. 



THIEF RIVER FALLS 

93 Arctic Enterprises, Inc., 600-800 Brooks Avenue, 
South. Snowmobile manufacturer. Tour is con- 
ducted through the assembly line of the snowmobile 
plant. Tours Monday through Friday, 2 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. No tours January through March. 
Group number: 30 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired. No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
Larry L. White, Director of Personnel. Phone: 218 
681-1147. 



WADENA 

53 Homecrest Industries, Inc. (A Sperry & Hutchinson 
* Company), P.O. Box 350. Designer and builder of 
outdoor patio and indoor casual furniture. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 90 minutes. No tours first two weeks in 
August. Group number: 5-50. Advance notice re- 
quired. Contact Clayton A. White, Personnel Man- 
ager. Phone: 218 631-1000. 



WARROAD 

93 Christian Bros., Inc., Highway 11 West. Manufac- 
turer of hockey sticks. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 10:45 a.m. to 12 noon, 1-2:30 p.m. and 3-4 
p.m. Tour length: 15 minutes. Group number: 5-15. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact Alice Eisele. Phone: 
218 386-1111. 



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CORINTH 

66 Corinth Machinery Company, 480 Tate. Manufac- 
turer of sawmill equipment. Tour of machine and 
welding shops, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours week of July 
4 and December 25. Advance notice required. 
Spanish translation available. Contact Ben 
Ledbetter, Vice President. Phone: 601 286-3321. 

CROSBY 

65 Masonite Corporation, Southern Lumber Division, 
P.O. Box 608. Southern Pine lumber products. 
Tours by appointment only. Contact J.R. Tillman. 
Phone: 601 639-4384. 

FLORA 

105 M-R-S Manufacturing Company, P.O. Box 199. 
Manufacturer of heavy earth-moving equipment, 
tractors and scrapers. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 3-20. Advance notice of 20 days required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
18 not admitted. Contact Leonard Yarbrough. 
Phone: 601 879-2711. 

GRENADA 

65 Koppers Company, Inc., Highway 51 South. Man- 
ufacturer of pressure-treated wood products. Tour of 
facilities, including cross-tie production, sorting of 
cross-ties, branding of poles and treating process. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 4 hours. Advance notice of 1-2 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
R.S. Ohlis, Jr. Phone: 601 226-4584. 



JACKSON 

53 DeSoto, Inc., Jackson Furniture Division, 2605 
Livingston Road, P.O. Box 492. Manufacturer of 
wood furniture for homes. Walking tour through 
woodworking process from lumberyard through 
shipment of finished product. Visitors observe 
rough milling, finish milling, assembly, painting, 
packaging, etc. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. No tours 
first week in July and Christmas week. Advance 
notice required. Children under 13 not admitted. 
Contact J.D. Oliver or Bob Russell. Phone: 601 
981-1551. 



44 MFC Services (AAL), 414 North Street. Farm 
supply cooperative — broilers, eggs, rice, animal 
feeds and other agricultural products. Complete tour 
of facilities, followed by a discussion with 
question-and-answer period. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No 
tours Thanksgiving week. Group number: 5-20. 
Advance notice of 3 weeks required. Children under 
18 not admitted. Contact John F. Bond, Executive 
Director. Phone: 601 948-7272. 



92 Mississippi Industries for the Blind, 2501 N. West 
Street. Sewing products, mattresses, mops, brooms 
and candles. Tour of manufacturing and warehouse 
facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. 
to 4 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. No tours the first 
week in July and Christmas week. Group number: 
25 maximum. Advance notice required. Contact 
Carrol J. Senterfeit. Phone: 601 354-7475. 



HAZLEHURST 

92 Royal Maid, Inc., Hansen Road, P.O. Drawer 30. 
Demonstration workshop for the blind. Products 
include mops, brooms, window washers, ice scrap- 
ers, plastic calendar stands, desk pen sets, clothes- 
line, broom caps and brush handles. Tour of assem- 
bly area, plastic department, handle mill and re- 
habilitation department. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance 
notice required. German translation available. Chil- 
dren under 6 not admitted. Contact John L. Granger, 
Vice President and General Manager, or his secre- 
tary. Phone: 601 894-1771. 

HERMANVTLLE 

65 Masonite Corporation, Southern Lumber Division, 
P.O. Box 68. Southern Pine lumber products. Tours 
by appointment only. Contact Joe Hennington. 
Phone:601535-2205. 



LAUREL 

81 Sanderson Farms, Inc., Laurel Industrial Park, P.O. 
Box 2937. Poultry processing — fresh and frozen 
chicken. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Contact Joe F. Sanderson, Jr. or Daniel J. 
Nicovich. Phone: 601 428-5261. 



LEAKESVILLE 

5 Basila Manufacturing Company, Inc., Grand Av- 
enue. Manufacturer of women's loungewear. 
Guided tour through all departments. Tours Monday 
through Thursday, 1-3:45 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 
minutes. Group number: 20 maximum. Advance 
notice of 2 days required. Contact Samuel T. 
Wright, President. Phone: 601 394-5311 or 205 
344-3913. 



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LOUISVILLE 

66 Taylor Machine Works, Inc., Highway 15 North. 
Manufacturer of heavy material-handling equip- 
ment. Tours are conducted through the production 
areas, office areas and data processing centers. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 1-2 hours. No tours the last week in 
May and the last week in December. Advance notice 
of 1 week required. Children must be accompanied 
by an adult. Contact Joe Livingston. Phone: 601 
773-3421. 

MACON 

17 Delta-Macon Brick & Tile Company, Inc., Route 4, 
Box 2. Face brick in various sizes. Tour of clay 
storage area and shipping facilities, including kilns. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 30 maximum. 
Advance notice of 7-10 days required. Children 
under 10 not admitted. Contact Don R. Warren, 
Assistant Manager. Phone: 601 726-4236. 

MAGNOLIA 

5 Movie Star, Inc., Highway 51 North. Manufacturer 
of ladies' lingerie. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 3 p.m. No tours the first week of June and 
week of Christmas. Group number: 20 maximum. 
Advance notice required. Contact Bill R. Williams, 
Plant Manager. Phone: 601 783-3471. 

MONTICELLO 

74 St. Regis Paper Company, Box 608. Manufacturer 
of Kraft paper. Tours Monday through Friday, 8:30 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Group number: 
30 maximum. Advance notice required. Children 
under 14 not admitted. Contact Jim Carroway, 
Public Affairs. Phone: 601 587-771 1. 

MOSS POINT 

74 International Paper Company, P.O. Drawer P. 
Manufacturer of coated printing papers, paperboard 
for food cartons, label paper and butcher, wrapping 
and other specialty papers. Walking tour through 
wood preparation, pulping and papermaking opera- 
tions. Large groups are often toured on busses. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon 
and 1:30-3:30 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. No 
tours July 3-4, September 6 and December 24-26. 
Group number: 3-50. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 12 not admitted. All tours arranged 
through Mr. B.W. Smith, Manager of Primary 
Manufacturing, International Paper Company, 
Consumer Packaging Business, P.O. Box 2328, 
Mobile, Alabama 36601 . Contact James E. Foster, 
Administrator of Public Relations. Phone: 601 
475-3451, Ext. 361. 



PACHUTA 

59 Masonite Charcoal, P.O. Box 38. Carbonizing, 
briquetting and packaging operations. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Contact L.M. Ferrell. Phone: 601 

776-2171. 

PASCAGOULA 

75 Standard Oil Company, P.O. Box 1300. Oil 
refinery — refining crude oil into finished products: 
gasoline, kerosene, diesel fuel, aviation fuel, etc. 
Tour of refinery, including water pollution control 
facilities and control room. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 40 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
week required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Contact J.K. Denyer, Personnel Representative. 
Phone: 601 762-8833. 

PRAIRIE 

27 Mississippi Authority for the Control of Fire Ants 
(Mirex Bait Formulating Plant), P.O. Box 88 
(Highway 382 west of Aberdeen). Manufacturer of 
Mirex bait for the control of imported fire ants. Tour 
includes observing the processing steps while for- 
mulating fire ant baits, the storage areas and other 
equipment. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 
5 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. Group number: 
2-8. Advance notice of 1 day required. Contact Mr. 
Ben Bird, Plant Manager. Phone: 601 369-8141. 

QUITMAN 

65 Masonite Corporation, Southern Lumber Division, 
P.O. Box E. Southern Pine lumber products. Tours 
by appointment, Monday through Friday. Contact 
Paul Hudson. Phone: 601 776-2181. 

TUPELO 

67 Mid-South Packers, Inc., Commerce Street, Exten- 
sion. Meatpacking. Tour of all processing depart- 
ments with the exception of slaughtering, which is 

' on tour "by special prior arrangement only." Tours 
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Group number: 50 maximum. 
Advance notice of 2 days required. Small children 
not admitted to slaughterhouse. Contact Ron 
Stephens. Phone: 601 842-1411. 

WEST POINT 

68 Babcock & Wilcox Company, Old Aberdeen Road. 
Manufacturer of fossil power steam generator boil- 
ers and associated components. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. No tours the first 
two weeks in July and last two weeks in December. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Children under 
18 not admitted. Contact Jerry Keel, Personnel 
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YAZOO CITY 

9 Masonite Corporation, Southern Bag Division, P.O. 
Box 389. Multiwall paper bags. Tours Tuesday and 
Thursday, 9 a. in. to 12 noon, by appointment only. 
Contact Wilburn F. DeLancey. Phone: 601 

746-3631. 



MISSOURI 

ANDERSON 

105 American Family Homes, Inc., P.O. Box 55, 
Highway 71 North. Mobile home manufacturer. 
Tours Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 4 maximum. Children under 
15 not admitted. Contact Harry Taylor, President. 
Phone: 417 845-3311. 

ANTONIA 

76 Beltx Corporation, Highway M. (P.O. Box 278, 
Barnhart, Missouri). Manufacturer of feminine 
hygiene products, surgical sundries, personal and 
sewing notions and orthodontic appliances. Tour of 
administration and factory areas with demonstration 
of processes, equipment and range of products. 
Tours Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 
12 noon. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 6-20. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
Irvin S. DeWoskin. Phone: 314 948-3224. 

BETHANY 

45 United Farm Tools, Inc., Calhoun Division, Outer 
Belt Road, P.O. Box 312. Farm equipment man- 
ufacturer. Tour of the machine shop, press shop and 
welding, assembly and painting areas. Tours Tues- 
day, Wednesday and Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 20 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 1 week required. No 
cameras permitted. Children under 16 not admitted. 
Contact Merv Cromley, Vice President. Phone: 816 
425-7455. 

BROOKFIELD 

5 Medalist Stanbury, Industrial Park West, P.O. Box 
100. Manufacturer of high school and college band 
uniforms and career apparel blazers. Tour of various 
departments including patterns, cutting, trimming, 
sewing, etc. Tours Tuesday, Wednesday or Thurs- 
day, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 minutes. 
No tours the last week of May, first week of June 
and last two weeks of December. Group number: 6 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact Arch Martin, General Sales 
Manager. Phone: 816 258-2246. 



CAPE GIRARDEAU 

83 General Sign Company, 39 North Broadview. Man- 
ufacturer of signs — electrical, plastic faces and let- 
ters, neon and custom lettering. Tours of art depart- 
ment where sketches are designed, and manufactur- 
ing area, including forming of plastic faces, fabricat- 
ing metal can and painting of the finished product. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 20 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Contact 
Dean Percival, Plant Superintendent. Phone: 314 
334-5041. 

CARUTHERSVILLE 

113 Colson Company - Equipment Division, Fair 
Boulevard, P.O. Box 1000. Manufacturer of 
material-handling and institutional equipment. Vis- 
itors observe all manufacturing processes of 
material-handling equipment (hand trucks, platform 
trucks, dollies, etc.) and institutional equipment 
(wheelchairs, stretchers, etc.) Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p. m. No tours the last 
week in December. Group number: 12 maximum. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Children under 
18 not admitted. Contact H.J. Hopkins, Vice Presi- 
dent and Assistant to General Manager, or 
L. G. Williams, Operations Manager. Phone: 314 
333-2070. 

COLUMBIA 

72 The Columbia Daily Tribune, 4th and Walnut 
Streets. Daily newspaper. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. 
Group number: 4-20. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Children under 9 not admitted. Contact 
Luke Chase, Director of Promotion. Phone: 314 
449-38 1 1 . 

CRESTWOOD 

40 von Weise Gear Company, 9353 Watson Industrial 
Park. Gearmotor manufacturer. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 5-25. Advance notice of 1 
week required. No children admitted. Contact 
William G. von Weise. Phone: 314 968-2100. 

FULTON 

83 The Ovid Bell Press, Inc., 1201-05 Bluff Street. 
Magazine and book printing. Visitors see typeset- 
ting, make-up, camera and plate-making, 
presswork, folding, binding and mailing operations. 
Additional time provided for persons having 
specialized interests. Tours Monday through Friday, 
1-3:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 12 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Ovid H. Bell, John Bell or Raymond Miller. 
Phone: 314 642-2256. 



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HERMANN 

103 Steven Manufacturing Company, 224 East 4th. Toy 
manufacturer. Tour of manufacturing facilities, fol- 
lowed by a discussion of the toy industry. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 
1:30-3:30 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Advance 
notice required. German translation available. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact Mr. 
Bev Taylor, President. Phone: 314 486-5494. 



83 Eller Outdoor Advertising Company of Kansas City, 
2459 Summit Street. Standardized outdoor 
advertising — poster panels and painted bulletins. 
Introductory film followed by a brief discussion and 
tour of office and plant facility. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 5-30. Advance notice of 1-2 
weeks required. Contact P. Martin Nohe, Director 
of Community Affairs. Phone: 816 421-5720. 



INDEPENDENCE 

72 Herald Publishing House/Independence Press, 3225 
South Noland Road. Publishing and printing — 
books, catalogs, four-color work and perfect bind- 
ing. Visitors see a complete printing operation from 
copy preparation to binding. Tours Monday through 
Friday (Saturday by special arrangement only), 
8-11:15 a.m. and 12:30-3:15 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. No tours first two weeks in July. Advance 
notice required for groups of more than 5 persons. 
Contact Margaret Baldwin. Phone: 816 252-5010. 



92 Goodwill Industries of Greater Kansas City, Inc., 
1817 Campbell. Vocational rehabilitation and train- 
ing for the handicapped. A guided tour of entire 
facility, including processing of used items for 
resale, work behavior training unit and vehicle 
maintenance unit. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Advance 
notice requested for large groups. Vietnamese and 
Spanish translation available. Contact Mr. 
George W. Kessinger, President. Phone: 816 
842-7425. 



JACKSON 

51 Lenco, Inc., 319 West Main. Nonferrous foundry 
operation; assembly of manual arc welding acces- 
sories and electronic units; molding of thermoset and 
thermoplastic materials; cutting and sewing of 
leather safety clothing. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. 
Group number: 5-30. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
Andrew E. Perrin, Executive Vice President. Phone: 
314 243-3141. 



94 Hallmark Cards, Inc., 25th and McGee. Manufac- 
turer of greeting cards, gift wrapping, ribbon, yarn, 
writing paper, candles, puzzles and books. Visitors 
observe the manufacturing of greeting cards from 
design to finished product. Tours Tuesday, Wed- 
nesday and Thursday, 9:30 a.m. or 2 p.m. Tour 
length: 75 minutes. Group number: 10-60. Advance 
notice of 3 weeks required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 10 not admitted. Contact 
Rose Ann Lightle, Community Relations Coor- 
dinator. Phone: 816 274-5672. 



JOPLIN 

10 Junge "Bunny Bread" Baking Company, 1810 
Main Street. Visitors observe preparation, baking, 
cooling, slicing, bagging and shipping of bread. 
Tours weekdays except Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Tour length: 45-60 minutes. Group number: 6-20. 
Advance notice of 1 day required. Children under 6 
not admitted. Contact Randy Stanley, Assistant 
Manager. Phone: 417 624-3777. 



27 Kansas City, Missouri Water Treatment Plant, 1 
N.W. Briarcliff Road. Producer of potable water. 
Tour includes a movie, followed by a visit to the 
laboratory, pumping and purification facilities. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Weekends and other daylight hours by special ar- 
rangement. Tour length: 90 minutes. Group number: 
2 minimum. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact Mrs. 
Webster. Phone: 816 274-1461. 



KANSAS CITY 

53 Aero Drapery Company, 3101 Mercier. Custom 
draperies. Tour of underground facilities. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Group number: 20 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact 
Al Dixon. Phone: 816 531-7260. 



92 Rehabilitation Institute Industries, Inc., 3011 Balti- 
more. Tour of Institute with discussion and explana- 
tion of vocational programs. Tours by appointment 
only. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 4-6. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact 
Gene Lurngston. Phone: 816 531-3171. 



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31 Stewart Sand and Material Company, 1st and Grand 
Avenue, P.O. Box 2687. Sand and gravel produc- 
tion; manufacturer of ready- mixed concrete and 
warehousing. Tour of batch plant with explanation 
of procedures and methods of operation. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 7 maxi- 
mum. Children under 15 not admitted. Contact 
Michael F. Beets. Phone: 816 361-6411. 



KENNETT 

5 Ely & Walker of Kennett, 221 South Main. Garmet 
factory — dress and western shirts. Visitors observe 
processes involved in garmet production — 
spreading, cutting, sewing, pressing, folding and 
boxing. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours week of July 4 
and week of December 25. Group number: 2-12. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 18 not admitted. 
Visits are not permitted in plant without clearance. 
Contact Robert DePriest, Plant Manager. Phone: 
314 888-5953. 



MARTHASVILLE 

92 Emmaus Enterprises, Inc., Rural Route 2, Highway 
D. Workshop employing adult mentally handicap- 
ped, doing renumerative work for industry. Visit 
includes a briefing followed by a tour of the 
facilities. Transportation from St. Louis can be 
arranged on occasions. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 9-1 1 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No 
tours week of July 4. Group number: 5-10. Advance 
notice of 1 day required. German translation avail- 
able. Contact Stanley Wilke. Phone: 314 433-2335. 

MARYLAND HEIGHTS 

79 M-R Plastics and Coatings, Inc., 11460 Dorsett 
Road. Liquid plastics — urethanes, vinyl plastisols, 
epoxies, specialty coatings. Tour of laboratories 
where product research and quality control is per- 
formed and through two plant buildings, where 
various mixing and reaction equipment produce 
liquid plastics. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 2-10. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
Roger W. Heitland, Vice President. Phone: 314 
291-0525. 



KINGSVILLE 

4 Stahl Specialty Company. Permanent mold 
aluminum foundry — aluminum castings and equip- 
ment. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours June 30 to July 
15. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice of 
5 days required. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Wallace Brown. Phone: 816 597-3322. 



MINERAL POINT 

29 Milchem Incorporated. Mining and grinding barite. 
Tour of washing plant and open pit mine. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. No tours during January and Feb- 
ruary. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice 
required. Children under 18 not admitted. Contact 
Joseph Rossier. Phone: 314 438-5476. 



LEE'S SUMMIT 

50 R. B. Rice Company of Missouri, Inc., M 291 and 
Colburn Road, P.O. Box 328. Meat processor — 
pork sausage, beef chili, cheese soup, etc. Tour of 
plant from slaughtering to finished product. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Group number: 30 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact Mr. 
Lynn Rice. Phone: 816 524-3660. 



LIGUORI 

72 Liguori Publications, One Liguori Drive. Publisher 
of Liguorian Magazine, parish education bulletins 
and Liguorian books and pamphlets. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 
minutes. Advance notice preferred. Contact John 
Meyer or John Schwent. Phone: 314 464-2500. 



MOBERLY 

20 Wick Homes, 1823 Robertson Road. Factory-built 
homes. Tour includes slide presentation, plant visit 
and tour of model home. Tours Monday through 
Thursday, 9-11:30 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Tour length: 
30 minutes. Group number: 2-10. Advance notice of 
1 week required. No sketches permitted. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact Homer S. Johnson, 
General Manager. Phone: 816 263-7600. 

NORTH KANSAS CITY 

5 The Lee- Wald Company, 1401 Armour Road. Man- 
ufacturer of outerwear and clothing for men and 
boys. Tours Tuesday through Thursday. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. No tours week of July 4. Group 
number: 8 maximum. Advance notice required. 
French translation available. Children under 16 not 
admitted. Contact Mr. Marvin Greenbaum. Phone: 
816 842-3488. 



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2 Tempmaster Corporation, 1222 Ozark. Heating and 
air conditioning equipment; air distribution pro- 
ducts, air handling units. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact 
Norman G. Humphreys or Denise Welch. Phone: 
816 421-0723. 

92 Vocational Services, Clay-Platte Retarded Chil- 
dren's Company, Inc., 101 West 18th Avenue. 
Employment of the handicapped through subcon- 
tract work, including assembly, packaging, mail- 
ings, etc. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
3:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance notice 
preferred. Contact D.J. Wasserstrom, Executive 
Director. Phone: 816 421-7440. 

RICHMOND 

79 Ferguson Manufacturing, Inc., Highway 10 West, 
P.O. Box 408. Plastics — precision injection and 
rotational molding. Briefing is followed by a tour of 
the manufacturing plant facilities. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 20 maximum. Advance notice 
of 1 day required. Children under 15 not admitted. 
Ferguson Manufacturing, Inc. would like to have 
advance notice regarding professional and national 
composition of a tour group. Contact the President. 
Phone: 816 776-5855. 

ST. CLAIR 

101 Buescher's Cob Pipes. 350 North Commercial Av- 
enue. Manufacturer of corn cob pipes; cherrywood, 
Ozark hickory and sugar maple smoking pipes. Tour 
of production from raw materials to finished prod- 
uct. Tours Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 
p.m. Tour length: 30-60 minutes. No tours first 
week in July. Children under 12 must be accom- 
panied by adults. Contact David Buescher, General 
Manager. Phone: 314 239-4791. 

68 St. Clair Die Casting Company, St. Clair Industrial 
Park, P.O. Box 280. Zinc and aluminum die cast- 
ing. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 
p.m. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. Group number: 
2-30. Advance notice of 1 week required. German 
translation available. Children under 12 not admit- 
ted. Contact Jack S. Bates, Vice President. Phone: 
314 629-2550. 

ST. JOSEPH 

33 Hoerner Waldorf Corporation, 2315 Lower Lake 
Road. Manufacturer of corrugated shipping contain- 
ers. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Tour length: 45 minutes. Group number: 30 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 2 days required. Children 
under 18 not admitted. Contact William J. Hurley, 
General Manager. Phone: 816 238-3301. 



ST. LOUIS 

16 Anheuser-Busch, Inc., 610 Pestalozzi Street. Brew- 
ery. Tours Monday through Friday from October to 
May, and Monday through Saturday from June to 
September. Tour times: September through May, 
9:30, 10:15 and 10:45 a.m., and 1, 1:45, 2:30 and 
3:30 p.m.; June through August tours leave continu- 
ously every thirty minutes from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 
Special tours for foreign visitors are conducted on a 
limited basis on advance notice when personnel 
availability permits. For information, call or write 
Mr. Elmer J. Boettcher, Supervisor of Guest Tours 
at 314 577-2153 or write to Anheuser-Busch, Inc., 
Attention Tour Department, 721 Pestalozzi Street, 
St. Louis, Missouri. Visitors other than groups may 
join any regularly scheduled tour with no advance 
notice. Tour groups of 20 to 100 are by reservation 
only. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Contact 
Mr. Elmer J. Boettcher, Supervisor of Guest Tours. 
Phone: 314 577-2153. 

Ill Bardenheier Wine Cellars, 1019 Skinker Parkway. 
Tour of winery, including fermenting, processing, 
aging, bottling, storing and packing, with wine 
tasting in hospitality room. Tours Monday through 
Friday. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 50 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 day required. Chil- 
dren under 18 not admitted. Contact John E. 
Bardenheier, Jr. Phone: 314 862-1400. 

22 Bernadette Business Forms, Inc., 9800 Halls Ferry 
Road. Business forms manufacturing. Visitors see 
the processes involved in printing business forms. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 2-30. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Children under 
15 not admitted. Contact James R. Truetken, Vice 
President in Charge of Production. Phone: 314 
868-7200. 

73 Carboline Company, 350 Hanley Industrial Court. 
Manufacturer of protective coatings. Tour of paint 
laboratory and testing facilities. Tours Tuesday, 
Wednesday and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 5-20. Advance notice 
of 5 days required. No cameras permitted. No 
children admitted. Contact W.C. Rosenbaum or 
S.G. Meyer. Phone: 314 644-1000. 

10 Colonial Baking Company, 4410 Gravois Avenue. 
Bakery — bread and rolls. Tours Wednesday, Thurs- 
day and Friday, 1 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. 
Group number: 10-50. Advance notice of 3 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 8 not admitted. Contact "Tours." 
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66 Concrete Transport Mixer Company, 4983 Fyler 
Avenue. Manufacturer of "Rocket" transit concrete 
mixers and fertilizer mixers. Tour of machine shop, 
main factory and mounting areas. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance 
notice required. Children under 18 not admitted. 
Contact Florence Schreiter, Vice President. Phone: 
314 352-7800. 



68 Kickham Boiler & Engineering, Inc., 625 East 
Carrie Avenue. Steel fabrication — boiler repair. 
Visitors see fabrication of tanks, ducts, stacks and 
pressure vessels. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Advance notice required. Indian 
translation available. Children under 12 not admit- 
ted. Contact Robert J. Dieker, Vice President, 
Manufacturing. Phone: 314 261-4786. 



113 Crunden-Martin Manufacturing Company, 760 
South 2nd Street. Manufacturer of metal products 
(cans, pails, grills); paper products (kites, tablets, 
envelopes) and plastic freezer bags. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. No tours the first two seeks in July. Group 
number: 10 maximum. Several weeks' advance 
notice required. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact E.A. Schwarz, Vice President- 
Manufacturing. Phone: 314 421-2992, Ext. 41. 



11 Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, 411 Locust 
Street. Tour of various operating departments of the 
bank with special emphasis on areas of interest to the 
visitor. Discussion period with a staff economist 
may also be arranged. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 9-10:30 a.m. and 1-2:30 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 
hours. Group number: 30 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
Walter F. Davisson, Manager, Bank Relations and 
Public Information. Phone: 314 421-1700. 



80 Industrial Engineering & Equipment Company, 425 
Hanley Industrial Court. Custom-designed electric 
heating equipment for commercial and industrial 
purposes. Tours Tuesday through Thursday, 7:30 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice 
of 10 days required. No cameras permitted. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact Mr. Ernest 
Hachmeister. Phone: 314 644-4300. 



113 Irwin-Willert Company, 4044 Park Avenue. Man- 
ufacturer of moth goods, household deodorants and 
plastic products. Tour includes all facets of opera- 
tions, from raw materials to finished products. Tours 
Tuesday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 45-60 minutes. Group number: 2-7. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Children under 12 not 
admitted. Contact W.D. Willert, Executive Vice 
President. Phone: 314 772-2822. 



102 Marquette Tool & Die Company, 3185 South 
Kingshighway Boulevard. Machine tools and dies, 
automation steel stamping. Tours Tuesday, Wed- 
nesday and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Group number: 4 maximum. 
Advance notice required. Children under 18 not 
admitted. Contact Warren Boerner, General Man- 
ager. Phone: 314 771-8509. 



3 McDonnell Douglas Corporation, P.O. Box 516. 
Aerospace. Tour of the company's Prologue Room 
which traces the history of aerospace through mod- 
els and displays. For groups a special program is 
prepared for an approximate 2-hour visit. Tours 
from mid-June to the end of August, Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 45-60 
minutes. Group number: 200 maximum. Advance 
notice required for groups of 20 or more persons. 
Contact Patricia L. Estes, Coordinator-Special 
Events & Promotion. Phone: 314 232-5421. 



72 The Sporting News, 1212 North Lindbergh 
Boulevard. Publisher of The Sporting News and 
books pertaining to sports. Tours through the trophy 
room, general office and composing room. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 45-60 minutes. Group number: 5-10. 
Advance notice required. Children under 10 not 
admitted. Contact Celeste Eders, Tour Director. 
Phone: 314 997-7111. 



79 Streett Industries, Inc., No. 1 River Road-Jefferson 
Barracks, P.O. Box 6533. Manufacturer of plastic 
containers for the petroleum industry (predominately 
antifreeze). Visitors see the manufacturing, decorat- 
ing and filling of plastic containers. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. The best months to view complete opera- 
tion are June through October. Group number: 20 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
Roy J. Kruse, President. Phone: 314 892-2958. 



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83 Universal Printing Company, 1701 Macklind Av- 
enue. Letterpress printing, lithography, 
bookbinding — commercial printing. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 
minutes. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1-2 weeks required. Cameras permitted by 
request only. Children under 12 must be accom- 
panied by an adult. Contact Phillip A. Isserman, 
Executive Vice President. Phone: 314 771-6900. 
SALISBURY 

68 Semco Manufacturing, Inc., Highway 24. Sheet 
metal duct and fittings for air conditioning and 
heating in commercial buildings. Visitors see metal 
spinning, fabrication of metal fittings, manufactur- 
ing of spiral duct and shipping facility. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 35 minutes. No tours the first week in 
August. Group number: 4-15. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Children under 5 not admitted. 
Contact Lawrence A. Pailer, Plant Manager. Phone: 
816 388-6407. 
SEDALIA 

40 Rival Manufacturing Company, 16th and Lamine. 
Manufacturer of small kitchen appliances — slow 
cookers, meat grinders, slicers, can openers and 
components for these products. Tour includes plastic 
molding, metal fabrication, motors, die-cast, plating 
and final assembly. Tours Monday through Thurs- 
day, 9-11 a.m. and 1:30-4 p.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. No tours last week of June, first week of 
July and month of December. Group number: 10 
maximum. Written advance notice of 6 weeks re- 
quired. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact Bill Hall, CID, 
Corporate Manager Community Relations, or John 
Houston, Production Manager. Phone: 816 
826-6600. 
SIKESTON 

72 Daily Standard, 205 South New Madrid. Daily 
newspaper. Tour of news and advertising depart- 
ments, composing room, camera room, pressroom 
and printing plant. Tours weekdays, except Friday, 
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 15 maximum. Advance notice of 1 day 
required. Contact Tony Pippen. Phone: 314 
471-1137. 
SPRINGFIELD 

33 Alton Box Board Company, 460 North Belcrest. 
Manufacturer of corrugated shipping containers. 
Tour of printing, scoring, die cutting, gluing and 
taping operations. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. 
Group number: 40 maximum. Advance notice of 2-3 
days preferred. Contact Floyd L. Wilson, General 
Manager. Phone: 417 862-3531. 



25 Ash Grove Cement Company, 3300 South Lonepine 
(Mailing address: Route 3, Box 323). Chemical lime 
and commercial rock products. Walking and/or driv- 
ing tour of plant facilities, including mining and 
quarring, crushing, calcining, processing and ship- 
ping facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Advance notice required. Contact Mr. Charles D. 
Newton. Phone: 417 881-3545. 

37 Hiland Dairy, Inc., 1133 East Kearney (Mailing 
address: Box 6028 H. S. Jewell Station). Milk and 
dairy products. Visitors observe milk processing and 
packaging. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 
5 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 
2-20. Advance notice preferred. Contact 
Roy Beaver, Plant Superintendent. Phone: 417 
862-9311. 

10 Holsum Bakers of Springfield, 215 South Grant. 
Bakery — bread. Tours Monday, Wednesday and 
Thursday, 10-11:30 a.m. and 2-3 p.m. Tour length: 
30 minutes. Group number: 8-16. Advance notice of 
1 week required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 7 not admitted. Contact Bob Morris. 
Phone: 417 869-0711. 

40 Solid State Circuits, 616 Boonville. Manufacturer of 
printed circuit boards. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. 
Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired. No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
Wick Tobias. Phone: 417 869-4678. 

12 Springfield Coca-Cola Bottling Company, 1777 
North Packer Road. Manufacturing and wholesaling 
of soft drinks. Tours Monday through Thursday, 9 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 20-30 minutes. Group 
number: 30 maximum. Advance notice required. 
Children under 6 not admitted. Contact Edwin C. 
Rice, Jr., Manager. Phone: 417 862-1736. 

94 Springfield Tablet Manufacturing Company, 3131 
East Division Street. Manufacturer of school 
supplies. Visitors observe manufacturing process of 
tablets, wirebound books and envelopes. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 
1-2:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 
5-70. Contact Wallace H. Troly. Phone: 417 
862-6638. 

WARRENSBURG 

5 Unitog Company, Highway 50 East. Industrial un- 
iforms manufacturer. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 9-11 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. No tours during July. 
Advance notice required. Contact Densil E. Allen. 
Phone: 816 747-3111. 



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WASHINGTON 

101 Hirschl & Bendheim, 320 West Front Street, P.O. 
Box 132. Manufacturer of corn cob pipes. Visitors 
observe manufacturing processes of corn cob pipes 
from raw material to finished product. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. No tours first week of July and last week of 
December. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance 
notice required. Children under 15 not admitted. 
Contact Richard C. Hirschl. Phone: 314 239-2195. 

WENTZVILLE 

76 B & G Manufacturing Company, P.O. Box 365, 
Edinger Road. Hospital products and laporatomy 
sponges. Tour through assembly line and plant. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 20 minutes. Group number: 10 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact 
Marie Huellewig, Office Manager. Phone: 314 
327-5258. 

WEST PLAINS 

51 Eaton Corporation - West Plains Plant, P.O. Box 
170. Manufacturer of gas control valves and pres- 
sure switches for appliance industry. Visitors see 
punch press operations of small formings, machin- 
ing of aluminum castings and assembly of small 
components. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. 
to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 10 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. No 
children admitted. Contact C.A. Webster, Plant 
Manager. Phone: 417 256-7171. 



MONTANA 

ANACONDA 

68 Anaconda Smelter, Gatehouse. Tours Monday 
through Friday, June through Labor Day, 9:45 a.m. 
and 1:15 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Children under 
18 not admitted. 

BILLINGS 

67 J & J Meats, 1212 Central Avenue. Meatpacking for 
hotels, restaurants and institutions. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Advance notice 
required. Contact Jack Wallace, Vice President. 
Phone: 406 248-3629. 



75 Continental Oil Company, 401 South 23. Petroleum 
refinery — oil, gas, butane. Tour includes a film, 
followed by a tour through the control room, shop 
and laboratory. Tour length: 1-2 hours. Advance 
notice required. Cameras and sketches not permit- 
ted. Contact Bob Blomeyer, Plant Manager. Phone: 
406 252-3841. 



36 Jersey Creamery, 910 Poly Drive. Dairy (milk). 
Visitors see the processing and packaging of milk. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9-11 a.m. Tour 
length: 20 minutes. Contact Sheldon Sollars, Man- 
ager. Phone: 406 245-6601. 

82 Montana Power Generating Steam Plant, 1 13 North 
Broadway. Thermo-generating plant. Tour includes 
an orientation, followed by a visit to the control 
room. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes to 2 hours. Children 
under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Contact 
Bob Omstead, Plant Superintendent. Phone: 406 
252-0591. 

50 Western Cereal Company, 3523 — 1 Avenue South. 
Food manufacturer. Tours Monday through Friday, 
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance 
notice required. Contact Paul Amrein, President. 
Phone:406 245-3698. 

BOZEMAN 

83 Color World of Montana, Inc., 201 East Men- 
denhall. Printing and publishing. Tours by appoint- 
ment. Contact Les Sooy, Manager. Phone: 406 
587-4508. 

41 Summit Engineering, 231 1 South 7th Avenue. Elec- 
tronics manufacturing. Tours by prior arrangement 
only. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 10 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice required. Children under 16 
not admitted. Contact Jim Drain. Phone: 406 
587-0636. 

BUTTE 

29 Berkeley Open Pit Mine and Weed Concentrator 
(owned by the Anaconda Company). Tours Monday 
through Friday, June through Labor Day. Tour 
length: 2 hours. Children under 18 not admitted. 
Suggested clothing: comfortable, low-heeled shoes, 
no sandals, and slacks. Contact Butte Chamber of 
Commerce, 100 East Broadway. Phone: 406 
723-6535. 

DEER LODGE 

65 Louisiana Pacific Stud Mill (Pine), west of Deer 
Lodge. Tours Monday through Friday. Tour length: 
30 minutes. Advance notice required. Contact Ed 
Periman. Phone: 406 846-1600. 

FORT PECK 

38 Fort Peck Dam. Guided tours at the Power House 
and Museum from June 1 through Labor Day. 
Weekdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; weekends, 8 a.m. to 
5:30 p.m. Group tours can be accommodated at any 
time of the year by special arrangement with the 
Corps of Engineers, Administration Building, Fort 
Peck. Phone: 406 526-34 11. 



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GREAT FALLS 

68 Anaconda Company, northeast of Great Falls. 
Smelter — copper tubing. Tours Monday through 
Friday, by appointment only. Tour length: 90 min- 
utes. Children under 18 not admitted. Contact Bill 
Roberts. Phone: 406 454-1443. 

50 General Mills, 2500— 9th Avenue North. Grain. 
Tours by appointment only. Sketches not permitted. 
Children under 18 not admitted. Contact the Plant 
Manager. Phone: 406 727-5500. 

82 Montana Power Company, Ryan Dam, 101 Central 
Avenue. Tours by appointment only. Contact the 
Division Manager. Phone: 406 453-0321. 

HELENA 

68 American Smelting and Refining Company, East 
Helena. Lead smelter. Guided tours by appointment, 
Monday through Friday, 1:30 p.m. Contact Mr. 
Stanley Lane or Robert Hearst. Phone: 406 

227-5311. 

73 Columbia Paint Company, 1517 Dodge Avenue. 
Paint manufacturer. Guided tours Monday through 
Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Phone: 406 
443-2086. 

25 Kaiser Cement and Gypsum Corporation, Montana 
City. Cement manufacturer. Conducted tours by 
appointment only. Contact F.M. Nelson. Phone: 
406 442-8855. 

32 Parrott Confectionery and Candy Factory. Candies 
of all kinds. Tours by appointment only. Phone: 406 
442-1470. 

37 Phillips Clover Leaf Dairy, 2231 North Montana 
Avenue. Complete dairy products processing plant. 
Tours by appointment only. Conducted tours on 
weekdays, except Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 12 
noon. Conducted tours for ice cream manufacturing 
on Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Phone: 
406 442-0080. 

48 State Nursery and Seed Company Greenhouse, west 
of Helena on Highway 12. Commercial growers of 
cut flowers, potted plants, trees and shrubs. Guided 
tours by appointment only. Contact Eunice Hilt. 
Phone:406 442-2628. 

86 Superior Fire Apparatus Company, Joslyn and Les- 
lie. Fire engine manufacturer. Conducted tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone: 
406 442-0745. 

65 Yuhas Millwork Company, 2201 Hauser Boulevard. 
Architectural millwork manufacturing. Guided tours 
by appointment only. Phone: 406 442-4707. 



KALISPELL 

4 Anaconda Aluminum Company, Columbia Falls. 
Group tours by prior arrangement only. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact the Anaconda 
Aluminum Company. Phone: 406 892-3261. 

105 Bell Manufacturing Company, Highway 93 South. 
Manufacturers of trailers and campers. Group tours 
available by prior arrangement only. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Contact Bob 
Clouse. Phone: 406 755-5333. 

38 Hungry Horse Dam (federal dam), located between 
Kalispell and Glacier National Park. Tour of top of 
dam and powerhouse. Self-guided tours from May 
20 through September 30, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. 
Extended tours 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. from June 15 
through Labor Day. Special group tours can be 
arranged in advance. Phone: 406 387-5241. 

LEWISTOWN 

63 Central Montana Stockyards, Fairgrounds Road. 
Livestock sales. Tours by appointment only. Ad- 
vance notice of 1 day required. Contact Floyd 
Hicks. Phone: 406 538-5907. 

18 KXLO Radio Station, P.O. Box 620. Tours by 
appointment only. Contact Lew Boucher. Phone: 
406 538-3441. 



30 Mountain Bell, P.O. Box 660, 114 — 5th Avenue 
North. Telephone Company. Advance notice of 1 
day required. Contact Ernie Tompkins. Phone: 406 
538-3421. 

LIBBY 

65 St. Regis Paper Company, Forest Products Division, 
east end of Spruce Street. Logging and sawmill. 
Tours June, July and August, Monday through 
Friday, 10 a.m. and 2 p. m. Tour length: 1 hour and 
45 minutes. Contact Main Office. Phone: 406 
293-4141. 

82 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Libby Dam, Star 
Route 2. Hydro-electric powerplant. Visitors see the 
spillway dam which forms the outlet structure of 
Lake Koocanusa and the Powerhouse. Tours daily 
during summer season, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tour 
length: 45 minutes. Prior arrangements should be 
made through Office Chief of Engineers, 
Washington, D.C. Contact Project Engineer. Phone: 
406 293-7715. 

LIVINGSTON 

65 Burkland Studs, 2 miles east of Livingston. Lumber 
manufacturer — Lodgepole Pine studs. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice 
required. Contact CD. Ough, General Manager. 
Phone: 406 222-0939. 



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106 Burlington Northern Railroad Shop Facilities. Tours 
available by advance notice, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Group 
number: 5-30. Advance notice of 12 hours required. 
Contact Robert Bennett, Freight and Passenger 
Agent. Phone:406 222-1570. 

50 Jumping Rainbow Trout Products. Visitors see live 
trout and processing plant. Tours by appointment. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Contact Paul McAdam, 
Owner. Phone: 406 222-1000. 



NEBRASKA 

AUBURN 

66 Auburn Machine Works, Inc., South J Street. Man- 
ufacturer of trenchers, hacksaws and attachments for 
Kabata tractors. Tour includes manufacturing, as- 
sembly, engineering and shipping areas. Tours 
Monday through Friday. Group number: 6-12. Ad- 
vance notice required. Contact John Skaggs or Don 
Chandler. Phone: 402 274-3141. 



105 Sturdi-Bilt Mobile Home Manufacturing Company, 
2 and Vi miles east of Livingston. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Contact Ron Gjestson, Manager. Phone: 
406 222-063 1 . 

MISSOULA 

86 Smokejumpers Tour, Highway 10 West. Tour of 
aerial fire depot available from June 10 to July 5, 
Monday through Friday; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; July 8 
through Labor Day, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For 
special group tours write to Aerial Fire Depot, U.S. 
Forest Service, Missoula 59801 and Northern Forest 
Fire Laboratory, Missoula 59801. Phone: 406 
543-6681. 

POLSON 

38 Kerr Dam, 8 miles west of Poison Hydro Plant. 
Tours available by appointment only. Can accom- 
modate small groups only. Contact Ron Kude, 
Manager. Phone: 406 883-4450. 

SIDNEY 

82 Lewis and Clark Station, Power House, South of 
Sidney. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 
4:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 20 
maximum. Advance notice required: 1 day for 
individuals and 1 week for large groups. Contact Joe 
Pulver, Box 808. Phone: 406 482-1614. 

42 Northern Plains Soil and Water Research Center, 
north of Sidney. Tours Monday through Friday, 
April through September, 7:30 a.m. to 12 noon and 
1-4:30 p.m.; October through March, 8 a.m. to 12 
noon and 1-5 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 3-20. Advance notice of one month prefer- 
red for large groups and one week if the interested 
group is from a long distance. Contact Dr. Francis 
Siddoway, Box 1 109. Phone: 406 482-2020. 

SHELBY 

49 G.T.A. Elevator, Box 849. Grain storage and pro- 
cessing. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Contact Ted Sobolik, Manager. Phone: 406 
434-2141. 



5 Dan-Deb Manufacturing, Inc., Central & F Street. 
Manufacturer of children's clothing. Tour includes 
cutting, stitching, finishing and shipping depart- 
ments and warehouse. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 8-10. Advance notice required. Con- 
tact Mrs. Betty Bass or Mrs. Evelyn Smith. Phone: 
402 274-43 11. 



BEATRICE 

27 Cominco-American, Inc., Route 3. Chemical 
manufacturer — grranular fertilizer. Tour of produc- 
tion and shipping facilities. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 40 maximum. Advance notice required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 16 
not admitted. Contact Gary Carstens, Manager, or 
Larry Wood, General Superintendent. Phone: 402 
223-5271. 



84 Dempster Industries, Inc., 711 South 6th Street. 
Manufacturer of industrial pumps, fertilizer 
applicators and castings. Tour of fabrication, assem- 
bly and foundry areas. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 25 maximum. Advance notice of 6 weeks 
required. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
Dick Poole, Vice President. Phone: 402 223-4026. 



68 F. D. Kees Manufacturing Company, 700 Park 
Avenue. Metal fabrication and finishing — lawn 
equipment, electrical equipment, builders' 
hardware. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
3 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 minutes. Group number: 
50 maximum. Advance notice of 6 weeks required. 
French, German and Spanish translation available. 
Children under 16 not admitted. Contact George 
Schaefer, Sr., President, George Schaefer, Jr., Vice 
President or Ed Cass, Secretary-Treasurer. Phone: 
402 223-2391. 



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68 Tote Systems, Inc., 700 South 7th Street. Manufac- 
turer of beer barrels, portable containers and storage 
tanks. Tour of metal fabricating, welding and as- 
sembly areas. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. 
to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours for two 
weeks in late July or early August. Group number: 
40 maximum. Advance notice required. No cameras 
permitted. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
Jim Brashears, President, or Jack White, Vice 
President. Phone: 402 223-2324. 



CENTRAL CITY 

105 Atlantic Homes Division, Champion Home Builders 
Company, North Highway 14. Mobile homes man- 
ufacturer. Tour of production line and completed 
mobile homes. Tours Tuesday and Wednesday, 9:30 
a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; Thursday, 9:30-11 a.m. Tour 
length: 30-60 minutes. No tours week of July 4. 
Advance notice required. Contact Ronald E. 
Jeffries, Division Manager. Phone: 308 946-3021. 



COLUMBUS 

45 Behlen Manufacturing Company, Highway 30 East. 
Manufacturer of grain storage and handling equip- 
ment, prefabricated metal buildings, strip joining 
presses and metal working presses. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 
1 hour. Group number: 8 minimum. Advance notice 
of 8 weeks required. Spanish translation available. 
Camera use restricted. No sketches permitted. No 
children admitted. Contact Betty Brunken. Phone: 
402 564-3111. 



49 Moorman Manufacturing Company, Highway 30. 
Protein feeds. Tour of office, plant and warehouse. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 90 minutes. Advance notice of 2-3 days 
required. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
Randy Schwalke or Bob MacFarland. Phone: 402 
564-3155. 



COZAD 

67 Midwestern Beef, Inc., Box 166. Cattle slaughter- 
ing. Tour includes slaughter department, hide de- 
partment, rendering department and cooler depart- 
ment. Tours Tuesday and Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 2 
p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Group number: 4-6. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact Jesse J. Barger, General 
Manager. Phone: 308 784-3636. 



7 Monroe Auto Equipment Company, 121 Meridian. 
Manufacturer of automobile shock absorbers. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m to 4:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 2 hours. No tours the first week of July. 
Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact Lavern Fisk, Plant 
Manager. Phone: 308 784-3600. 

79 Nebraska Plastics, Inc., 718 West Highway 30. 
Plastic pipe manufacturer. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. 
Group number: 25 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
day required. Contact Doug Olson, Production De- 
partment, or Mike Keller, Personnel Department. 
Phone: 307 784-2500. 

FREMONT 

48 DeKalb Agricultural Association, Inc., 23rd and 
Somers. Corn seed. Tours Monday through Friday. 
Tour length: 45 minutes. Contact Don Wegman. 
Phone:402 721-9444. 

110 Gamble-Skogmo Warehouse, 1035 East Dodge. 
Tours Monday through Friday. Tour length: 45 
minutes. Contact Gerry Karls, Manager. Phone: 402 
721-4250. 

36 Hillside Dairy, Highway 77 (15 miles north of 
Fremont). Tours Monday through Friday. Contact 
Willard Heyn, Owner. Phone: 402 721-8030. 

5 Pendelton Woolen Mills, 350 West 23rd. Manufac- 
turer of ladies' woolen slacks. Tours Monday 
through Friday. Contact Leonard LeFond, Manager. 
Phone:402 721-6393. 

GRAND ISLAND 

45 Chief International, Inc., West Highway 30. Grain 
bins, metal buildings and sewage treatment systems 
manufactured at Grand Island, Nebraska; au- 
tomobile body and frame alignment system, 
pneumatic tire service and mobile and modular 
housing manufactured at Aurora, Nebraska. Tours 
are available at both facilities. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30-90 
minutes. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance 
notice of several days required. Spanish translation 
available. No sketches permitted. Contact Dean 
Erickson. Phone: 308 382-8820. 

68 Gifford-Hill & Company, Inc., 1212 Elsie Drive. 
Manufacturer of irrigation pipe and equipment, 
aluminum tubing and plastic pipe. Visitors see 
manufacturing of aluminum pipe, pipe fittings and 
plastic pipe. Tours Monday through Friday, 8:30 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance 
notice of 1 day required. Contact David Dear or 
Gayland Fickenscher. Phone: 308 384-4400. 



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45 Sperry New Holland, 3445 West Stolley Park Road. 
Farm machinery manufacturer. Tour length: 90 
minutes. Group number: 2-40. Advance notice of 6 
weeks required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Donald A. 
Mast. Phone: 308 384-1010, Ext. 208. 

67 Swift & Company, 555 South Stuhr Road. Beef and 
beef byproducts. Tour of administrative office, beef 
slaughtering facilities, livestock holding areas and 
general plant. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. 
to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance notice 
of 2 weeks required. No cameras or sketches permit- 
ted. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
James O. Ostrander, General Manager. Phone: 308 
384-0900. 

GURLEY 

45 The Egging Company, 1000 Egging Boulevard. 
Manufacturer of sugar beet harvesters and related 
equipment; construction equipment — cabs and roll 
bars. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 20 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 1 week required. No 
sketches permitted. Contact Allen Karnik or John 
Egging. Phone: 308 884-2233. 

HOLDREGE 

99 Artistic Woven Labels, Inc., West Highway 6. 
Manufacturer of woven labels (narrow fabric). Tour 
of loom, quilling and final processing areas. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 45 minutes. No tours the first two weeks in 
July. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice 
of 1 week required. Children under 16 must be 
accompanied by an adult. Contact Lloyd Horner. 
Phone:308 995-8671. 

KEARNEY 

48 DeKalb Agresearch, Inc., East Lincoln Way. Ag- 
ricultural research and development. Tours Monday 
through Friday. Tour length: 60-90 minutes. No 
tours during July and August. Group number: 10-40. 
Advance notice required. Children under 14 not 
admitted. Phone: 308 234-9710. 

LEXINGTON 

67 Cornland Dressed Beef Company, P.O. Box 130. 
Beef slaughtering — carcass beef and beef by- 
products. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 50 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 day required. 
Minors must be accompanied by an adult. Contact 
Warren E. Bierman or Leroy C. Milbourn. Phone: 
308 324-4658. 



45 Orthman Manufacturing, Inc., Rural Route 2. Man- 
ufacturer of farm equipment — tool bars, markers, 
lift assist wheels, compaction wheels, sub-soilers, 
rod weeders, gauge wheels and other specialized 
machinery for Tri-level Bed system of planting. 
Visitors view films on Tri-level Bed system of 
planting, followed by plant tour and question-and- 
answer period. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. No tours the 
first two weeks of July. Spanish translation avail- 
able. Contact William B. Pepper, Secretary- 
Treasurer. Phone: 308 324-4654. 

45 Platte Valley Products, Inc., 109 West 6th Street. 
Alfalfa dehydrator plant. Visitors observe drying, 
grinding and pelleting of alfalfa and, by request, 
may visit the field to see the alfalfa being cut. Tours 
Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Plant operations are limited during 
winter months. Group number: 25 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice of 1 day required. Spanish translation 
available. Contact James H. Burnett. Phone: 308 
324-2327. 

45 Sperry New Holland, 1500 South Bridge Street. 
Farm machinery manufacturer. Tour includes fabri- 
cation, welding, assembly, finishing and shipping of 
farm machinery. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 
60 maximum. Advance notice required. No cameras 
or sketches permitted. Children under 12 not admit- 
ted. Contact Sam Heltman, Personnel Manager. 
Phone: 308 324-5671. 

LINCOLN 

67 American Stores Company, 320 "N" Street. Com- 
plete meat slaughtering and processing plant. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8-11 a.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 5-45. Advance notice re- 
quired. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact the 
Personnel Department. Phone: 402 432-5531. 

22 Control Data Corporation, South Industrial Park. 
Business forms manufacturer. Tours Monday 
through Friday, afternoons only. Tour length: 60-90 
minutes. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 14 not admitted. Contact Norland 
Ferguson. Phone: 402 432-0123. 

76 Dorsey Laboratories, Highway 6 and 1-80, Box 113. 
Manufacturer of pharmaceuticals. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 50 maximum. Children under 
15 not admitted. Contact Robert Shust, Personnel 
Director. Phone: 402 464-631 1. 



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50 Gooch Foods, Inc., 510 South Street. Pasta plant. 
Tour of kitchen and packaging department. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Lois Terry. Phone: 402 477-4426. 

85 Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, 4021 North 
56th Street. Rubber products. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tour length: 90 
minutes. Advance notice of 1 day required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact Andy Remmenga. Phone: 402 
466-2311. 

41 Hy-Gain Electronics, 8601 N.E. Highway 6. Man- 
ufacturer of electronic products — CB radios. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 1-3 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 
hours. Group number: 15 maximum. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact R.A. Whitcomb. Phone: 402 464-9151. 

87 ISCO, 4700 Superior. Manufacturer of scientific 
instruments for research. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: small groups preferred. No cameras 
or sketches permitted. Contact the Vice President, 
Manufacturing. Phone: 402 464-0231 . 

5 Jantzen, Inc., 1200 West Commerce Way. Garment 
distributors. Visitors see automated system of han- 
dling garments. Tours Monday through Friday, 
mornings only. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 25 maximum. Children under 10 not admit- 
ted. Contact Liz Herrmann. Phone: 402 475-8861 . 

93 Kawasaki Motor Corporation U.S.A., 5600 N.W. 
27th. Manufacturer of motorcycles and jet skis. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. No cameras or sketches permit- 
ted. Contact A.J. Brandt. Phone: 402 475-7681. 

68 Nebraska Boiler Company, Inc., 70th and Corn- 
husker. Manufacturer of steam boilers. Tours by 
appointment only. Group number: 15 maximum. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 16 
not admitted. Contact R. Swanson. Phone: 402 
464-7441. 

76 Norden Laboratories, 601 West Cornhusker High- 
way. Research, production and marketing of veteri- 
nary pharmaceuticals and vaccines. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 90 
minutes. Group number: 50 maximum. No cameras 
or sketches permitted. Children under 16 not admit- 
ted. Contact Nancy Myers. Phone: 402 475-4541 . 



86 Notifier Corporation, 3700 North 56th. Manufac- 
turer of residential smoke detectors. Tours Tuesday, 
Wednesday and Thursday. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 10-15. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
Mr. Baldwin. Phone: 402 464-021 1 . 

37 Robert's Dairy Company, 220 South 20th. Visitors 
see cottage cheese production, drying of egg and 
milk products and packaging of products. Tours by 
appointment only. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 10-15. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Contact Florence Buchanan. Phone: 402 435-2916. 

50 Weaver's Potato Chips, 1600 Center Park Road. 
Visitors observe processing and packaging of 
potatoes. Tours Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. 
to 2 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 
15-20. Contact Office Personnel. Phone: 402 
432-6625. 

17 Yankee Hill Brick, R.F.D. No. 1 . Mining operation 
and brick manufacturing. Tours by appointment 
only. Advance notice required. Small children must 
be accompanied by an adult. Contact Office Person- 
nel. Phone:402 432-6661. 

MINDEN 

113 Burgess Well Company, Inc., East Highway 6. 
Irrigation well drilling and manufacturing of 
fiberglass well casings. Tour of turbine pump 
facilities and fiberglass well casing manufacturing 
plant. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours August 7-21. 
Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. Contact Jack R. Lammers or Larry 
Burgess. Phone: 308 832-1645. 

102 Grayson Tool Company, 900 West Fifth Street. 
Manufacturer of air tanks, fittings, anchors, heat 
lamps and fiberglass shower stalls and bathtub units. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 30-60 minutes. Group number: 12-15. 
Advance notice required. Contact Ivan Lux, Man- 
ager. Phone: 308 832-2613. 

NORFOLK 

37 Gillette Dairy, Inc., 700 East Omaha Avenue. 
Production and distribution of dairy products. Tours 
Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ad- 
vance notice required. Children not admitted. Con- 
tact Kip Hirschbach or Les Chaffin. Phone: 402 
371-3660. 

72 Huse Publishing Company, 525 Norfolk Avenue. 
Daily newspaper. Tours daily except Sunday, 8 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. Advance notice of 2 days required. 
Contact Terry Huse, President. Phone: 402 
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68 Norfolk Iron and Metal Company, 300 Braasch 
Avenue. Steel service center — fabrication of steel 
for construction and industry; processing of ferrous 
and nonferrous scrap materials. Tour of three 
branches of operation which are located in one 
vicinity. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. No tours the last week of June and the first 
week of July. Advance notice required. Use of 
cameras or sketches with permission only. Contact 
Margaret Robinson, President, or Richard 
Robinson, Vice President. Phone: 402 371-1810. 



62 Norfolk Rendering Works, Rural Route 1. 
Rendering — hide collection. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 2-6. Advance notice of 1-2 
days preferred. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 18 not admitted. Contact Tom 
Weihe. Phone: 402 371-4822. 

NORTH PLATTE 

21 Components, Inc., 1400 East 8th. Manufacturer of 
preassembled walls, roof and floor trusses and 
architectural millwork. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance 
notice of 2 days required. Contact Cleda Dowhower. 
Phone: 308 532-9320. 

37 Fairmont Foods, 109 South Dewey. Tour of dairy 
foods processing plant. Tours weekdays except 
Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Contact Larry Budman. Phone: 308 
532-2722. 

OMAHA 

22 Control Data Corporation, 11615 T Street. Compu- 
ter components manufacturer. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Advance notice required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact Mr. Ralph Johnson. 
Phone: 402 333-0850. 

16 Falstaff Brewing Corporation, 3302 South 25th 
Street. Brewery. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Advance 
notice required. No cameras permitted. Contact Ms. 
Emily Hofek. Phone: 402 733-1920. 

50 Guy's Foods, Inc., 7550 L Street. Manufacturer of 
potato chips and shoestring potatoes. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour length: 
15 minutes. Group number: 20 maximum. Contact 
Mrs. Carol Serenson. Phone: 402 331-6800. 



30 McMartin Industries, Inc., 4500 South 76th Street. 
Manufacturer of public address systems; broadcast 
and communications equipment. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 
30 minutes. Group number: 20 maximum. Contact 
Mr. Juan F. Alonso. Phone: 402 331-2000. 

SIDNEY 

5 EP RO Manufacturing Company, 813 12th Avenue. 
Clothing manufacturer — pants. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 45 
minutes. No tours week of July 4. Group number: 7 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Spanish translation available. Children under 18 not 
admitted. Contact Gerald Epstein, General Man- 
ager. Phone: 308 254-4720. 

93 Safe Play, Tufwear, 16th and Hickory. Manufac- 
turer of sporting goods — boxing and physical 
equipment. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 

3 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. Advance notice 
of 2 weeks required. Contact Lee Spieker, Jr., or 
Lee Spieker, Sr. Phone: 308 254-401 1. 

45 Sidney Manufacturing Corporation, Box 731. Man- 
ufacturer of pivot sprinklers. Tour of the manufac- 
turing facilities, office and field operations. Tours 
Tuesday through Friday, 1:30-4 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Advance notice of 2 days required. Contact 
L.R. Townsend or Robert W. Lindmier. Phone: 308 
254-3535. 

WAHOO 

49 Breuning Rendering Works, 131 East 3rd. Manufac- 
turer of poultry and hog feed; production of meat 
scraps, tallow and tanning of animal hides. Tours 
weekdays, 4 a.m. to 1 a.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 20-30. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. No cameras permitted. Persons under 20 
not admitted. Contact Eugene Breuning, Jerome 
Breuning, Joe Breuning or Richard Breuning. 
Phone: 402 443-3777. 

67 E. W. Kneip, Inc., R.F.D. No. 1. Beef slaughtering 
and preparation of meat. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 30-45 
minutes. Group number: 3-4. Advance notice of 2 
days required. Contact Rick Kapple. Phone: 402 
443-4133. 

31 Wahoo Concrete, North Highway 77. Manufacturer 
of hog shed flooring, cement blocks and building 
materials. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 

4 p.m.; Saturday, morning only. Tour length: 45 
minutes. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 day required. Contact Tom Massie. 
Phone: 402 443-4626. 



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WAVERLY 

95 National Crane Corporation. Steel fabrication. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 2 p.m. Tour length: 
1 hour. Group number: 8-10. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 15 not admitted. 
Contact Phil Johnson. Phone: 402 786-2240. 



NEVADA 

EMPIRE 

31 U.S. Gypsum Company. Tours available of gypsum 
mine with advance notice. Contact Donald Mustard, 
Plant Superintendent. Phone: 702 557-2341. 

FERNLEY 

25 Nevada Cement Company. Tours available with 
advance notice. Contact Tom Roberts. Phone: 702 

575-2281. 

HENDERSON 

51 Agrinautrics, 1333 Patrick Lane (McCarran Air- 
port). Foundry, nonferrous metal products. Tours 
available with advance notice. Contact Tom Cobb. 
Phone: 702 736-3794. 

LAS VEGAS 

37 Anderson Dairy, 801 Searles Avenue. Tours week- 
days except Wednesday, 1 1 :30 a.m. Advance notice 
required. Children under 6 not admitted. Phone: 702 
642-7507. 

109 Mint Casino, 100 East Fremont. Behind-the-scenes 
tour of a gambling casino. Tours every 40 minutes 
from 12:20 p.m. until 5:40 p.m. Sign up at the tour 
desk. Must be over 21 years of age. Phone: 702 
385-7440, Ext. 139. 

72 Review Journal, 1111 West Bonanza Road. Tour of 
newspaper plant. Tours Monday through Friday. 
Tour length: 30-45 minutes. Advance notice of 1 
day required. Children under 9 not admitted; one 
adult for every ten children is required. Contact Ann 
Cooper. Phone: 702 385-4241, Ext. 266. 

41 Wilson Electronics, 4288 South Polaris. Tours 
available with advance notice of 1 week. Group 
number: 12 maximum. Contact Mike Krohn or Janet 
Robertson. Phone: 702 739-1931. 

RENO 

37 Anderson Dairy, 500 Gould Street. Tours from 
October to May, Friday mornings. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 20 maximum. Children under 
6 not admitted. Advance notice required. Contact 
Lee Ceccarelli. Phone: 702 329-3191. 

72 Gazette-Journal, 401 West Second Street. News- 
paper plant. Tours available with advance notice. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Children under 7 not admitted. 
Contact Pat Rose. Phone: 702 786-8989, Ext. 266. 



12 Pepsi Bottling Company, 355 Edison Way. Tours 
Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. Advance notice 
required. Phone: 702 323-1387. 

37 University of Nevada Dairy, 5300 Mill Street. Tours 
daily, 2 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance 
notice required. Contact Phil Johnson. Phone: 702 
784-4017. 



YERINGTON 

29 Anaconda Copper Corporation. Open pit copper 
mine. Tours Monday through Friday, 10:30 a.m. 
and 2:30 p.m. Phone: 702 463-2228. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 

BOW 

43 Northeast Optical Company, 4 Northeast Avenue. 
Optical products (wholesale) — prescription 
eyewear. Visitors see prescription eyeglasses pro- 
cessed from the time the order is received to the 
completed glasses. Tours Monday through Friday, 
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 4-15. Advance notice required. Contact 
Benjamin G. Floyd, Products Manager. Phone: 603 
224-7421. 



41 Profile Electronics, Inc., River Road, Box 314. 
Custom-wound coils and transformers. Tours avail- 
able with advance notice, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 15-30 minutes. No tours from July 23 
through August 9. Group number: 5 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 day required. Children under 16 
not admitted. Contact Alan W. Wright. Phone: 603 
224-2556. 



83 Wikoff Color Corporation, River Road. Printing 
inks manufacturer. Tours Monday or Tuesday, 10 
a.m. to 12 noon and 2-4 p.m. Group number: 15-20. 
Advance notice required. Contact Russ Nichols. 
Phone: 603 224-2541. 



CONCORD 

18 Capitol Broadcasting Corporation, Inc., (WXXL), 
37 Redington Road. Visitors see the broadcasting 
studios, production facilities and news services. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 15 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Contact 
Gardner Hill, Program Coordinator. Phone: 603 
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49 Merrimack Farmers' Exchange, Inc., 520 Hall 
Street. Feed manufacturer. Tour of grain and feed 
manufacturing from raw material to finished prod- 
uct, including a visit to the automated panel control 
room, the heart of the plant. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturday by special 
appointment. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 
50 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Cameras are restricted to outside areas due to 
combustion. Children under 12 must be accom- 
panied by an adult. Contact Dr. Michael S. Sawyer, 
Director of Nutrition. Phone: 603 225-6662. 



31 Swenson Building Granite Corporation, McGuire 
Street. Manufacturer of building granite. Tour of 
plant and facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours 
July 1 through July 18. Group number: 2-12. Ad- 
vance notice required. French translation available. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact Theresa M. Stanley. 
Phone: 603 224-5325. 



LONDONDERRY 

79 Tashua Polymers Corporation, 37 Industrial Drive. 
Plastic compounders. Tours Tuesday through 
Thursday, by appointment only. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 20 maximum. No cameras 
or sketches permitted. Children under 18 not admit- 
ted. Contact Charles W. Shipman or William E. 
Mayo. Phone: 603 668-6220. 



MANCHESTER 

72 Manchester Union-Leader, 35 Amherst Street. 
Newspaper. Tours Monday through Friday, 1 p.m. 
Tour length: 45 minutes. Group number: 15 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 1 week required. Children 
under 6 not admitted. Very elderly experience diffi- 
culty with several flights of stairs and should not 
take the tour. Contact Gerald C. Stiles, Director of 
Community Relations. Phone: 603 668-4321. 



41 Sanders Association, Inc., Grenier Field. Manufac- 
turer of electronic components. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 2 
hours. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance 
notice of 3 weeks required. French and Spanish 
translation available. No cameras or sketches per- 
mitted. Children under 17 not admitted. Contact the 
Personnel Department. Phone: 603 669-4615. 



MERRIMACK 

16 Anheuser-Busch, Inc., 1 000 Daniel Webster High- 
way. Brewery — Budweiser and Michelob. Guided 
tour through the brewing and packaging facilities, 
with an opportunity to sample the product in the 
Hospitality Room and to visit the Clydesdale Ham- 
let. Tours from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
No tours Monday and Tuesday during the winter. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. No cameras 
permitted. For tour schedules please contact Dale 
Kelley. Phone: 603 889-6631 . 

87 Kollsman Instrument Company, Daniel Webster 
Highway South. Industrial manufacturer of aircraft 
instruments and electro-optical instruments. Visitors 
see manufacturing and testing of aircraft instrumen- 
tation and a typical machine shop. Tours by special 
appointment only. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the 
first two weeks of August. Group number: 10 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 18 
not admitted. Contact Mr. Joseph C. Allwarden, 
Vice President, Marketing. Phone: 603 889-2500. 

NASHUA 

31 Marblcraft Products, Inc., 90 East Hollis Street, 
P.O. Box 1063. Manufacturer of cast marble 
products — vanity tops, bath wall enclosures, win- 
dow sills. Tours available with advance notice. Tour 
length: 1 hour. No tours during July. Advance notice 
of 1 week required. French translation available. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children not admit- 
ted. Contact Richard Laliberte or Lucien H. 
Laliberte. Phone: 603 889-7401. 

68 Mass Machine & Stamping, Inc., 85 Northeastern 
Boulevard. Manufacturer of washers and metal 
stampings. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 25 
maximum. Advance notice required. Contact 
Richard B. Theurer, Executive Vice President. 
Phone: 603 889-8500. 

RAYMOND 

110 Courier-Citizen Company, Center Street. 
Warehousing-distribution center — printed forms. 
Narrative tour of the warehouse facilities. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 30-60 minutes. Group number: 5 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact 
Stephen A. Taylor, East Coast Distribution Man- 
ager. Phone: 603 895-3375. 

SEABROOK 

68 Hale Bros. , Inc. , Stard Road. Manufacturer of light, 
unwelded chain. Tours by appointment only. Ad- 
vance notice required. Contact W. V. Dolan. Phone: 

603 474-2511. 



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SUNCOOK 

99 Theodor Furus & Son, Inc., 32 Library Street. 
Manufacturer of woven trimmings and woven 
labels. Visitors see loom machinery in motion and 
how products are made, from start to finish. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 10-15 minutes. Group number: 20 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice required. French and German 
translation available. Contact Mr. Theodor Furus or 
Mrs. Emmy Grass. Phone: 603 485-3641. 

WOLFEBORO 

28 Hampshire Pewter Company, Inc., Route 28. Man- 
ufacturer of pewter tableware and holloware. Vis- 
itors observe the entire process of hand-casting and 
hand-turning, with an explanation of alloy blending, 
mold-making and design. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 15 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired. Phone: 603 569-4944. 

NEW JERSEY 

EGG HARBOR CITY 

111 Renault Winery, Inc., Bremen Avenue. Vineyards 
and winery. Tour of winery and wine-tasting. Tours 
Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 90 minutes. Group number: 55 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice required for groups of more 
than 20 persons. Children under 18 not admitted. 
Contact the Hospitality Director. Phone: 609 
965-2111. 



HACKENSACK 

72 The Record, 150 River Street. Newspaper. Tour of 
the newspaper from the editorial department through 
the production phase of the printing process. Tours 
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9:30 or 11 a.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 10-25. Advance 
notice of 1 month required from September through 
May. Children under 11 not admitted. Contact 
Carmine L. Galasso, Public Relations Associate, 
Marketing Services Department. Phone: 201 
646-4380. 

HAWORTH 

108 Hackensack Water Company, Lakeshore Drive. 
Water purification plant. Water from raindrop to the 
consumer. Tour includes lecture and booklet. Tours 
daily, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 20 maximum. Advance notice of 1 month 
required. Children under 9 not admitted. Contact 
Martha Green, Employee and Public Information 
Representative. Phone: 201 863-0500. 



MORRISTOWN 

108 Jersey Central Power & Light Company, Madison 
Avenue at Punch Bowl Road. (Plant location is off 
Route 94, Blairstown, N.J.) Electric utility. Tour 
includes the Visitors' Center (to see a working 
model of the plant), followed by a trip to the upper 
reservoir and tour through the plant. Nonguided 
tours to the Visitors' Center, picnic area, hiking 
trails and comfort stations are available daily, April 
through October, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Guided tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 90 minutes. Group number: 15-50. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. Children under 10 not 
admitted. Contact Mr. George F. Metzgar, Regional 
Director of Public Information. Phone: 201 
539-6111, Ext. 374. 

SUMMIT 

76 Ciba-Geigy Corporation, 556 Morris Avenue. 
Pharmaceutical manufacturer. Tour includes an in- 
troduction, followed by a visit to the pharmaceutical 
manufacturing and packaging areas. Tours Monday 
through Friday, by reservation only. No tours during 
July. Group number: 25 maximum. Written advance 
notice of 6 weeks required. French and German 
translation available. No cameras or sketches per- 
mitted. Children under 17 not admitted. Contact 
Mrs. Deane Hogan, Manager, Employee Communi- 
cations and Community Relations. Phone: 201 
277-5481. 

NEW MEXICO 

ALBUQUERQUE 

79 Dar Tile & Plastic Top Company, 4646 Menual 
Boulevard, N.E. Plastic top fabrication. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Advance notice of 2-3 weeks required. Spanish 
translation available. Contact Mr. Lee Trussell. 
Phone: 505 268-3386. 
108 El Paso Natural Gas Company, Administration 
Building, Reilly Heights. Oil and gas producer. 
Tours Monday through Friday. Tour length: 45 
minutes. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance 
notice of 3-4 weeks required. Spanish translation 
available. Contact Mr. Lowell M. Parrish. Phone: 
505 325-2841. 

10 Rainbow Baking Company, 111 Montano Road, 
N.E. Baking and distributing bread. Visitors ob- 
serve complete process of making bread. Tours 
weekdays, except Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 
Tour length: 45 minutes. Group number: 20 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 1 week required. Spanish 
translation available. Contact the Sales Manager. 
Phone:505 344-3415. 



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95 Rio Grande Steel Products, 7100— 2nd, N.W., P.O. 
Box 477. Manufacturer of steel products. General 
tour of the plant available anytime. Contact Mr. Dan 
Woodford. Phone: 505 345-261 1. 

31 Springer Corporation, P.O. Drawer "S," 121 
Tijeres Avenue, N.E. Sand and gravel crushing and 
ready-mixed cement. Tour of ready-mix cement 
plant includes sales, operation and maintenance 
departments; tour of sand and gravel crushing plant 
includes sales, production and maintenance. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 2 hours. Advance notice of 1 day required. 
Spanish translation available. Contact Mr. Aldo 
Vaio, President, or Mr. Morris Diefendorf, Vice 
President. Phone: 505 243-6651. 



CHIMAYO 

99 Ortegas' Weaving Shop, P.O. Box 1095. Hand- 
woven items. Tours Monday through Saturday, 8:30 
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 minutes. 
Group number: 25 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Spanish translation available. Phone: 
505 351-4215. 



FRUITLAND 

29 Utah International, Inc. Tour of coal mining pro- 
cess. Tours in conjunction with the Arizona Public 
Service Plant are preferred. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 7 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Written notice of 2 weeks required. Japanese and 
Spanish translation available. Contact the Mine 
Manager. Phone: 505 598-5861. 



82 Southwestern Public Service, P.O. Box 99 (7 miles 
west of Hobbs). Electrical power compnay. Visitors 
see the process of producing energy, converting it to 
electricity and distributing electricity to customers. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 30 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Children under 
6 not admitted. Contact Charlie Brown. Phone: 505 
397-1135. 



KIRTLAND 

82 Arizona Public Service Company. Electric generat- 
ing plant. Visitor orientation is followed by a tour of 
the plant. Tours Tuesday and Thursday, 12:30 to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 60-90 minutes. Group number: 30 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Spanish translation available. Children under 6 not 
admitted. Contact office. Phone: 505 598-5861. 



LOVINGTON 

82 Lea County Electric Cooperative, 18 West 
Washington Avenue, P.O. Box 1 147. Electric 
generating plant. Complete tour of the generating 
facility. Tours Monday through Friday; weekends 
by special arrangement. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 50 maximum. Advance notice of 1 day 
required. Spanish translation available with advance 
notice of 2 days. Contact Mr. E.R. Felfe. Phone: 
505 396-363 1 . 



GALLUP 

29 The Pittsburg & Midway Coal Mining Company, 
northwest of Gallup. Tours Monday through Friday, 
8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. No tours for 
two weeks in July. Group number: 8 maximum. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Navajo transla- 
tion available. Contact the Mine Superintendent. 
Phone: 505 863-5771. 



NAVAJO 

65 Navajo Forest Products Industries, P.O. Box 1280. 
Producing lumber from Ponderosa Pine. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. No tours the last two weeks in 
August. Advance notice of 1 day required. Navajo 
translation available. Children under 6 not admitted. 
Contact Leigh Hubbard. Phone: 505 777-221 1 . 



HOBBS 

108 Northern Natural Gas Company, P.O. Box 2370 (9 
miles west of Hobbs). Gas-treating plant. Visitors 
take a tour through the plant and see the raw natural 
gas inlet. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 
p.m. Tour length: 30-60 minutes. Group number: 
unlimited with advance notice. Advance notice of 2 
days required. Spanish translation available. Contact 
the District Office. Phone: 505 393-5109. 



TUCUMCARI 

5 Tucumcari Industries, West Highway 66. Garment 
factory. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours for one 
week in July and from December 25 through January 
2. Group number: 5-25. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Navajo, Spanish and Vietnamese transla- 
tion available. Contact Mr. H.A. Doss. Phone: 505 
461-3513. 



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TYRONE 

29 Phelps Dodge Corporation, Tyrone Branch, Drawer 
B. Copper mining — open-type reduction plant, con- 
centrator and related facilities. Driving tour through 
the plant. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. Group number: 12 
maximum. Advance notice of 30 days required. 
Spanish translation available. Cameras and sketches 
permitted upon written request two weeks in ad- 
vance. Children under 10 not admitted. Contact the 
Manager. Phone: 505 538-5331. 

NEW YORK 

ALBANY 

53 Boulevard Decorators, 240 Washington Avenue. 
Home furnishings — custom draperies, slipcovers 
and reupholstering. A walking tour of facilities with 
a brief discription of processes involved. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 2-10. 
Advance notice of 2 days required. Contact Abbott 
Architzel. Phone: 518 472-9191. 

BUFFALO 

72 Buffalo Courier Express, 785 Main Street. News- 
paper publishing. Complete tour of the newspaper, 
including the news departments (collection - report- 
ing), production processing, etc. Tours Monday 
through Thursday, 1:30-2:30 p.m. and 7:30-8:30 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours during the 
summer. Group number: 3-30. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Kevin J. Byrnes, Assistant Promotion Di- 
rector. Phone: 716 847-5594. 

92 Buffalo Goodwill Industries, Inc., 153 North Divi- 
sion Street. Sheltered workshop and rehabilitation 
center. Tour of entire rehabilitation center and work- 
shop (4 floors), including a visit to the largest of 
Goodwill's ten stores. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 75 maximum. Advance notice preferred. 
Contact Miss Janet Wurtz or, if calling, just mention 
that a tour is desired. Phone: 716 854-7686. 

18 WKBW-TV, 1420 Main Street. Television station. 
The tour includes visits to and explanations of the 
TV studio, where live shows are done, the control 
room (video and audio control, directors, video 
tapes) and telecine room (fdms and slides), followed 
by a question-and-answer period. Tours Monday 
through Thursday, 10-11 a.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 30 maximum. Tours are by advance 
reservation only. Children under 5 not admitted. 
Contact Peter Kerr or Carole Ward, TV Promotion 
Department. Phone: 716 883-0770. 



CASTLETON-ON-HUDSON 

74 Brown Company, 1900 River Road. Manufacturer 
of paperboard and folding paper cartons. Tour of 
plant gives an overall view of how cartons and 
paperboard are processed. Tours by appointment 
only, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Tour length: 2 hours and 30 minutes. Group number: 
2-5. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Cameras 
or sketches permitted with approval. Children under 
18 not admitted. Contact Mr. Ronald A. de Moose, 
General Manager. Phone: 518 732-7722. 

CORNING 

55 Corning Glass Center, Houghton Park. Tour in- 
cludes Corning Museum of Glass, an outstanding 
collection of historical glass dating from 1500 B.C. 
to the present; Hall of Science and Industry, drama- 
tic displays and push-button exhibits showing the 
wide variety of modern methods of making and 
using glass; and the Steuben Glass factory where 
world-famous Steuben crystal is hand-formed and 
engraved as visitors watch. The Steuben factory is 
the only manufacturing facility of Corning Glass 
Works that is open to the public. Tours daily from 
June through October; November through May, 
daily except Monday. Hours: September through 
June, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; July and August, 8:30 
a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours for self-guided 
tour. Advance notice preferred. Literature is avail- 
able in several languages, describing the facility and 
giving a short history of glass. Contact Clare M. 
Bavis, Supervisor-Information Services. Phone: 607 
974-8814. 

GENEVA 

44 New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 
West North Street. Agricultural research and proces- 
sing of fruits and vegetables. Tour of various 
laboratories dealing with seed testing, plant protec- 
tion, fruit and vegetable production and food proces- 
sing. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. and 2 
p.m., by appointment only. Group number: 30 
maximum. Advance notice required. Contact R.E. 
Krauss, Head, Department of Publications. Phone: 
315 787-2248. 

GOSHEN 

36 Dairylea, P.O. Box 669. Fluid milk packaging. 
Visitors view through large windows the total pac- 
kaging operation, followed by a tour of the suppor- 
tive areas; laboratory, office, etc. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 30 maximum. Advance notice 
of 2 weeks preferred. Preschool children not admit- 
ted. Contact Bruce V. Snow, Manager of Public 
Relations. Phone: 914 627-3280. 



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HAMMONDSPORT 

111 Gold Seal Vineyards, Inc., Route 54 A. Winery — 
wines and champagnes. Visitors see a film, fol- 
lowed by a walking tour through the winery and 
wine tasting afterwards. Tours Monday through 
Saturday from May through October and Monday 
through Friday from November through April; 9-1 1 
a.m. and 1-4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 2-90. Advance notice required for large 
groups. Contact Wanda Michaluk, Tour Directress. 
Phone: 607 868-3232. 



Ill Pleasant Valley Wine Company (Great Western). 
Producers of Great Western champagnes, dinner and 
dessert wines and vermouths. Tour explains cellar- 
ing, fermentation, storage and other wine-making 
techniques used. Champagne aging vaults, wine 
aging and storage areas, laboratory and other areas 
are shown. Tour concludes with tasting of the 
products. Tours Monday through Friday, 8:30-11 
a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m. Tour length: 75 minutes. 
Group number: 20-40. Advance notice required. No 
sketches permitted. Visitors must be physically fit to 
walk up and down various flights of stairs. Contact 
Brooks A. Lapp, Tour Director. Phone: 607 
569-2121. 



Ill The Taylor Wine Company, Inc., County Route 88. 
Winery — wines, champagnes, vermouth. Guided 
tour of bottling operation, wine storage areas. Herit- 
age Room, audio-visual program on champagne 
making and Hospitality Room where visitors sample 
the products. Tours Monday through Friday. 8:30- 
11 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m. Tour length: 75-90 min- 
utes. Group number: 50 maximum. Group tours 
accepted by advance reservation only. Contact 
M. Barney Hubbs, Jr., Tour Director. Phone: 607 
569-2111. 



LYCOMING 

108 Niagara Mohawk Energy Information Center, Nine 
Mile Point. Electric utility. Tours March through 
November, Tuesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 
p.m.; December through February, Monday through 
Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: unlimited, however, larger groups 
will be divided into sub-groups of 20-30 persons. 
Advance notice preferred for groups. Contact Mr. 
Eugene G. Saloga, Manager of Energy Information 
Center. Phone: 315 342-4117. 



NAPLES 

111 Widmer's Wine Cellars, Inc. Winery — table and 
dessert wines, champagne. Tour includes ferment- 
ing room, aging cellars and bottling room, conclud- 
ing with a visit to the tasting room and Wine Shop. 
Tours Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3:30 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the last two 
weeks of July. Group number: 25 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice required for groups of more than 10 
persons. Contact R.S. Wilson. Phone: 716 
374-63 1 1 . 

NEW YORK 
11 Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 33 Liberty 
Street. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is 
part of the United States central banking system. 
Guided tour of coin and cash-handling operations 
and gold vault. Tours Monday through Friday, 
10-1 1 a.m. and 1-2 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 20 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required for reservation. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
the Public Information Representative. Phone: 212 
791-6130. 

96 New York Stock Exchange Visitors Center, 20 
Broad Street. Securities market. Tour includes a 
lecture explaining the operation of the New York 
Stock Exchange, followed by a fifteen minute film. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 
(Market is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.). Tour length: 45 
minutes. Group number: 40 maximum. Advance 
notice required for groups of more than 10 persons. 
French, German and Spanish translation available. 
No cameras permitted. Groups of children under 13 
not admitted. Contact Jean Geiger, Chief Super- 
visor. Phone: 212 623-5168. 

39 Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Inc., 375 Park Avenue. 
Distillery. Tour of facilities, including art and anti- 
que glass collections. Tours Tuesday, 3 p.m., and 
by special appointment for groups. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 5-30. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. Camera use restricted in some 
areas. Tour is suitable for only high school seniors 
and adults. Contact Ms. E. Condon, Assistant Of- 
fice Manager. Phone: 212 572-7404. 

NIAGARA FALLS 

82 Power Vista (Power Authority of the State of New 
York), P.O. Box 277, 5777 Lewiston Road. Tour 
includes viewing of control room, operating gallery, 
generator shaft section and transformer deck. Tours 
daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 20 maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Contact Mr. J.D. Farrell, Visitor Program 
Director. Phone: 716 285-321 1. 



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ROCHESTER 

72 Gannett Rochester Newspapers, 55 Exchange 
Street. Newspaper publisher (daily and Sunday). 
Tour of plant with explanation of advertising, circu- 
lation and editorial departments. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10:30 a.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m., 11 
a.m. and 12 noon. Tours by appointment only. Tour 
length: 60-90 minutes. Group number: 30 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice required. Children must be 
accompanied by an adult. Contact Sheila Wood or 
Andrea Cairo. Phone: 716 232-7100. 



WHITESBORO 

18 WIBX/WIBQ— Stereo, Clark Mills Road. Radio 
broadcasting stations. Tour of production, news and 
transmitter facilities, and completely automated FM 
broadcast system. Visitors also see an exhibit of 
broadcasting equipment spanning fifty years. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 35 minutes. Group number: 12 maximum. 
Advance notice required. Italian, Polish, Spanish 
and Ukrainian translation available. Contact 
Edith Uaitt. Phone: 315 736-9313. 



UTICA 

72 Utica Observer Dispatch, Inc., 221 Oriskany Plaza. 
Newspaper. Tour includes advertising and news 
composition, computerized assembly and printing 
procedure to finished product. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9-11 a.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. 
Group number: 15-25. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Children under 8 not admitted. Contact 
Mrs. Cindy Durant, Assistant Director of Public 
Service & Promotion. Phone: 315 792-5087. 



16 West End Brewing Company, 811 Edward Street. 
Brewery — Utica Club Beer and Cream Ale. Vis- 
itors see an authentic Victorian reception area, 
followed by a tour of the brewery with beer sampl- 
ing in the antique tavern. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 40 minutes. 
Group number: 25 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired for a reservation. German translation avail- 
able. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an 
adult. Contact Robert Haberer. Phone: 315 
732-0022. 



18 WUTR-TV, Smith Hill Road. Television station. 
Tour includes executive offices, studio and control 
room. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 12 
noon and 1:30-4 p.m. Other times by special ar- 
rangement. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 
2-15. Advance notice of 1 week required. French 
translation available. Contact Marlene Hughes. 
Phone: 315 797-5220. 



WASfflNGTONVILLE 

111 Brotherhood Corporation, 37 North Street. Winery. 
Tour includes lecture, visit to the underground 
cellars, sherry solera and tasting room. Tours by 
advance arrangement. Tours vary with the' seasons. 
Tour length: 60-90 minutes. Group number: 10-35. 
Minors must be accompanied by parents. Contact 
J.B. Daubenspeck, General Manager. Phone: 914 
496-3661. 



NORTH CAROLINA 

AHOSKIE 

101 Ahoskie Tobacco Market. Tobacco auctions. Tours 
Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., during 
sales season. Tour length: 30 minutes. Tours for 
individuals or small parties and for organized groups 
by special arrangement. Advance notice required. 
Contact A.L. Wiggins, Ahoskie Chamber of Com- 
merce. Phone: 919 332-2042. 

ALBERMARLE 

53 Page Church Furniture Company, Inc., 714 Monroe 
Street. Manufacturer of church furniture. Tours 
weekdays except Monday. Tour length: 45-60 min- 
utes. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice 
required. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
William Hendrick. Phone: 704 983-2143. 

ASHEV1LLE 

99 Biltmore Industries, Grovewood Road. Homespun 
material (wool). Tours Monday through Friday. 
Tour length: 15 minutes. No tours from November 
through March. Written notice of 1 week 
required. Children with parents permitted. Contact 
A.R. Maxwell. Phone: 704 253-7651. 

BELMONT 

82 Allen Steam Station, Box 587. Public utility. Tour 
includes an introduction, followed by a visit to the 
boiler room. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. 
to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes to 2 hours. 
Group number: 30 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired. No cameras permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact J.R. Park. Phone: 919 
825-2022. 

CHARLOTTE 

107 Akers Motor Lines, Inc., 4101 South Interstate 85. 
Truckline. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 
5 p.m. Tour length: 45-60 minutes. Group number: 
5 maximum. Advance notice of 1 day required. 
Children under 6 not admitted. Visitors must wear 
shoes. Contact Lawrence O'Neill. Phone: 704 
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67 Armour & Company, 2000 Thrift Road. Food pro- 
cessing. Tours Monday through Friday. Tour length: 
1 hour. Group number: 35 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 day required. Children must be accom- 
panied by adults. Contact Arthur Stroud. Phone: 704 
375-9311. 

18 Jefferson Pilot, 1 Julian Place. Broadcasting 
studios. Tours Tuesday through Thursday, 10-1 1:30 
a.m. and 1:30-3 p. m. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. 
Group number: 30 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
month required from September through May. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact Ann Ray. 
Phone: 704 374-3603. 

11 North Carolina National Bank, Tryon and Trade (on 
corner). Tour includes the main offices, security 
area, safety deposit area, vault and the North 
Carolina National Bank art collection. Tours Tues- 
day, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. 
Group number: 18 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Children under 13 not admitted. 
Contact Ann Raynes. Phone: 704 374-5329. 

56 U.S. Government Armed Forces Examining and 
Entrance Station. Tours available with advance 
notice of one day. Tour length: 10 minutes. Group 
number: 30 maximum. Contact Major John 
Gleason. Phone: 704 334-6465. 

CHEROKEE 

54 The Cherokees, P.O. Box 308. Indian and mountain 
crafts. Tour of five buildings showing different 
stages of craft-making to the finished product in the 
showroom. Tours Monday through Friday, 9:30 
a.m., 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Tours during summer months only. Advance notice 
required for special tours requested after the summer 
season. No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
Gurth Baron. Phone: 704 497-4051 . 

CHERRYVILLE 

107 Carolina Freight Carriers, Highway 150. Motor 
carrier. Tour of general office, shop, etc. Tours by 
prior arrangement. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Contact Jim Booker. 
Phone: 704 435-6811. 

DURHAM 

101 American Tobacco Company, Pettigrew and 
Blackwell Street. Visitors see how cigarettes are 
manufactured and packaged. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 
minutes. Advance notice of 1 week required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 10 
not admitted. Contact Marvin Seagroves. Phone: 
919 682-2101. 



101 Liggett & Myers, Inc., Main and Duke Street. 
Cigarette manufacturing. Introduction is followed 
by a tour of the manufacturing and packaging areas. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8-11:30 a.m. and 
12:30-3 p.m. Tour length: 35-40 minutes. No tours 
week of July 4 and week of Christmas. Group 
number: 6 maximum. Advance notice of 1 day 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 14 not admitted unless accompanied by 
an adult. Contact Shirley King. Phone: 919 
563-5521, Ext. 434. 

60 North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, 
411 West Chapel Hill Street. Tours Monday through 
Friday by special arrangement. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 40 maximum. Student 
groups of children under 7th grade not admitted. 
Phone:919 682-9201. 

FAISON 

50 Charles F. Cates & Sons, Inc., Railroad Street. 
Visitors see the procedures involved in processing 
and bottling pickle products. Tours Monday through 
Friday. Tour length: 30-40 minutes. Advance notice 
of 2 days required. Contact Mr. Groome. Phone: 
919 267-4711. 

FAYETTE VILLE 

85 Kelly-Springfield Tire Company, Route 6, Highway 
401 North. Tire manufacturer. Visitors observe the 
processing of passenger tires from raw material to 
finished product. Tours by prior arrangement. Tour 
length: 90 minutes. Group number: 12-20. Advance 
notice of 1-14 days required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 13 not admitted. 
Contact Gardner Bates. Phone: 919 488-9295. 

FONT ANA DAM 

82 Tennessee Valley Authority, Public Safety Office. 
Public utility. Ride on incline car and conducted tour 
of the Power House. Tours daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Tour length: 35 minutes. Group number: 40 maxi- 
mum. Contact Leutenant Hawk. Phone: 704 
498-2241. 

FOREST CITY 

53 General Fireproofing Company, Box 260. Chairs. 
Visitors see the processes of manufacturing chairs 
from raw material to finished product. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 90 
minutes to 2 hours. No tours the last week of June 
and the first week of July. Written advance notice of 
6 weeks required. No cameras or sketches permit- 
ted. Contact Ray Easterbrook. Phone: 704 
245-0161. 



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FUQUAY-VARINA 

41 Cornell-Dubilier Electronics, Inc., 118 East Jones 
Street. Manufacturer of antenna rotaters, 
electrical-mechanical relays (switching devices) and 
thermostats for electrical heaters. Tours by prior 
arrangement only. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the 
first two weeks in July and week of Christmas. 
Group number: 20 maximum. Written advance 
notice of 6 weeks required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Don Cook. Phone: 919 552-2281. 

GREENSBORO 

99 Burlington Industries, Corporate Headquarters, 
3330 West Friendly Avenue. Visitors are invited to 
see the exhibit hall, where each floor has different 
color schemes and fabrics, and to visit the gardens. 
This is an office, not a production plant. Tours 
Monday through Friday. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Advance notice required. Contact Julia Humes. 
Phone: 919 379-2199. 

12 Coca-Cola Bottling Company, 2411 High Point 
Road. Bottling of soft drinks. Tour of the bottling 
area where Coca-Cola is manufactured and bottled, 
followed by a question-and-answer session. Tours 
Monday through Thursday, 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. 
Tour length: 45-60 minutes. No tours June through 
August. Group number: 50 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Children under 6 not 
admitted. Contact Linda Little. Phone: 919 
292-1641. 

50 Frito-Lay, Inc., 2806 Patterson Street. Manufacturer 
of potato chips. Visitors see the processing and 
packaging of potato chips. Tours Tuesday and Fri- 
day, 10 a.m. or 2 p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. 
Group number: 50 maximum. Written notice 
of 6 weeks required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Contact Virginia Patrick. Phone: 919 
299-2511. 

30 Southern Bell Telephone Company, 124 South 
Eugene Street. Visitors observe the basic operations 
of Southern Bell Telephone Company. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 20 maximum. Advance notice 
of 2-3 days required. Contact the Public Relations 
Manager. Phone: 919 272-1 158. 

HENDERSON 

105 Fuqua Homes (N.C.), Inc., State Road 1216. 
Mobile home manufacturer. Tour of the assembly 
line and finished product. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
No tours week of July 4. Group number: 10 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 1 week required. Children 
under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Contact 
Macy Foster. Phone: 9 1 9 492- 1151. 



105 Marshfield Homes, Division of Wick Building Sys- 
tems, Bypass U.S. 1. Mobile home manufacturer. 
Visitors see the fabrication of mobile homes from 
raw material to finished product. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 
minutes. No tours the week of July 4. Group 
number: 100 maximum. Advance notice of 2 days 
required. Contact Danny Wright. Phone: 919 
492-3031. 

50 Perfect Packed Products Company, Division of H. J. 
Heinz Company, Dabney Drive, Box 888. Proces- 
sing and packaging of olives, pickles, peppers, 
onions and relish. Visitors see the processing of 
products, including salting, desalting, labeling and 
packaging. Tours Monday, Tuesday and Wednes- 
day, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30-40 minutes. 
No tours Christmas week. Group number: 10 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 1 week required for groups 
of 10 or more. Children must be accompanied by a 
parent. Contact Mr. Kade Spencer, Personnel Man- 
ager. Phone:919 492-1111. 

101 Tobacco auctions and tobacco warehouses. Tours 
available by prior arrangement with the Henderson 
Chamber of Commerce. Contact Henderson Execu- 
tive Secretary, Henderson- Vance County Chamber 
of Commerce, Box 1302, Henderson, North 
Carolina 27536. 

HICKORY 

53 Hickory Chair Company, 37— 9th Street Place, S.E. 
Manufacturer of chairs and upholstered furniture. 
Tours Tuesday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon 
and 1-4 p.m., from October through May. Tour 
length: 1 hour. No tours week of Christmas. Group 
number: 6 maximum. Written notice of 6 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 18 not admitted. Contact Jay Patton 
Richardson, Executive Vice President. Phone: 704 
328-1801. 

53 Hickory Manufacturing Company, 890 — 7th Av- 
enue, N.E. Furniture manufacturer. Visitors see the 
manufacturing of furniture from start to finish. 
Tours Thursday, 1 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. 
No tours weeks of July 4 and Christmas. Group 
number: 10 maximum. Advance notice required. No 
sketches permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact the Hickory Chamber of Commerce. Phone: 
704 322-8624. 

53 Hickory-Fry Furniture, P.O. Box 818, Old Highway 
70-A. Manufacturer of upholstered furniture. Tours 
Monday, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. No tours in April and October. Group 
number: 35 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Contact Leonard Hesper. Phone: 704 
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28 Hyalyn-Cosco, Inc., 3rd Avenue, N.W. Ceramics 
manufacturer. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 
a.m. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. Group number: 18 
maximum. Written advance notice of 6 weeks re- 
quired. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 18 not admitted. Contact Mrs. Jimmy Bowles. 
Phone: 704 322-641:. 



53 North Hickory Furniture Company, 507 and 509 — 
1 lth Street, N.W. (P.O. Drawer 759). Manufacturer 
of upholstered furniture. Tour of entire manufactur- 
ing operation of upholstered furniture. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday by appointment. Tour length: 
60-90 minutes. No tours week of July 4 and week of 
Christmas. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance 
notice of 10-14 days required. No cameras permit- 
ted. Children under 10 not admitted. Contact Doug 
Estes. Phone: 704 328-1841. 



KANNAPOLIS 

99 Cannon Mills Company, 200 West Avenue. Textile 
manufacturing. Tour of overall textile operations, 
from opening of cotten bale to finished product. 
Plant tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m., 10:15 
a.m. and 1 p.m.; Visitor's Center is open from 8:30 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour (plant) and 30 
minutes (Visitor's Center). Group number: 50 max- 
imum. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 16 not admitted. Written notice of 6 weeks 
required. Contact Mrs. Ruth Orland. Phone: 704 
933-1221. 



LEXINGTON 

100 Mid-State Tile Company, Victor Street off Cotton 
Grove Road. Manufacturer of glazed ceramic wall 
tile. Visitors see the production of glazed ceramic 
tile from raw material to finished product. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 45-60 minutes. No tours week of July 4 and 
Christmas week. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Advance notice required for large groups. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact Mr. Nesbit 
Rodgers. Phone: 704 246-5915. 



LILLINGTON 

105 Champion Home Builders, P.O. Box 1146, Old 
River Road. Visitors view the construction of 
mobile homes from frame to finished product. Tours 
Wednesday and Thursday, 10-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 12 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 1 week required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact Phil Cummings. Phone: 919 
893-5713. 



LINCOLNTON 

53 Burris Industries, Inc., Burris Boulevard (Box 698). 
Manufacturer of chairs and upholstered furniture. 
Tours Monday thru Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. No tours week of July 4 and 
Christmas week. Advance notice of 1 week re- 
quired. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 18 not admitted unless with a school group. 
Contact Charles Young. Phone: 704 735-0441 . 



LELAND 

51 G. R. Ennis & Sons Foundry, South 17, Box 320. 
Tour includes the general operations of the foundry. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours during pouring of 
molten metal. Advance notice of 1 day required. 
Children under 16 must be accompanied by parents. 
Contact G.R. Ennis. Phone: 919 763-4956. 



LUMBERTON 

40 Acme Electric Corporation, Interstate 95 and 74. 
Manufacturer of transformers, power supplies and 
battery chargers. Visitors see the assemblying of 
transformers. Tours Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. 
to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours the 
first two weeks of July. Group number: 10 maxi- 
mum. Written notice of 6 weeks required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact Tom Long. 
Phone:919 738-4251. 



110 Lackey Industries, Inc., Dupont Highway (Box 
160). Combination of public warehousing, distribut- 
ing and light manufacturing. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 15-30 min- 
utes. Advance notice of 1 day required. Children 
must be accompanied by adults. Certain areas are 
restricted without permission. Contact E.G. Lackey. 
Phone:919 763-9091. 



82 Carolina Power & Light Company, W. H. 
Weatherspoon Steam-Electric Generating Plant, 
Old U.S. 74 East. A presentation is followed by a 
tour of the boilers, turbine and control areas. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 2 hours. Group number: 6 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice of 2 days required. No cameras permit- 
ted. Children under 7 not admitted. Contact 
James Peasman. Phone: 919 739-3456. 



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MAIDEN 

99 Carolina Mills, Inc., 617 Carolina Avenue, P.O. 
Box 157. Yarn manufacturer. A short film is fol- 
lowed by a tour of the plant. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 1-5 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the 
week of July 4, Christmas week and the Monday 
following Easter. Group number: 25 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 day required for groups of more 
than 4 persons. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 10 not admitted. Contact Mrs. Ruth 
Cansler, Public Relations. Phone: 704 428-9911. 

MONCURE 

82 Carolina Power & Light Company, Cape Fear 
Steam-Electric Generating Plant, Box 161. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 1-2 hours. Group number: 25 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact Mr. W.L. Ellis. Phone: 
919 776-3923. 

MONTEZUMA 

48 Patterson's Flowers, Highway 181 (Box 107). Vis- 
itors see cut flowers and potting of plants. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Advance notice required for large 
groups. Children must be accompanied by an adult. 
Contact Erik Ingwersen. Phone: 704 733-2363. 

MOREHEAD CITY 

88 N.C. Ports Authority, 113 Arendell. Shipping and 
phosphate facility. Tour includes the Maritime 
Building, transit and warehouse buildings and phos- 
phate facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Contact Helen McBride. 
Phone: 919 726-3158. 

MOUNT AIRY 

31 The North Carolina Granite Corporation, P.O. Box 
151, Quarry Road. Granite quarry and granite fabri- 
cation. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. Group number: 4-20. 
Advance notice required. Children must be accom- 
panied by an adult. Contact the Safety Director or 
other office staff. Phone: 919 786-5141. 

MOUNT OLIVE 

50 Mount Olive Pickle Company, Inc., 812 North 
Chestnut. Pickles, relish and olives. Visitors ob- 
serve pickle processing. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30-4 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. No tours the second week of 
August. Group number: 6 maximum. Contact H.P. 
Stowe. Phone: 919 658-2537. 



NEW BERN 

37 Maola Milk & Ice Cream Company, Drawer S-310, 
Avenue C. Dairy products. Visitors see ice cream 
being made and milk being bottled. Tours weekdays 
except Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon, from Sep- 
tember through May. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 30 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Contact Kathleen Barnes or Mildred 
Jones. Phone: 919 638-1131. 

PISGAH FOREST 

27 Olin Corporation, Vanderbilt Road (P.O. Box 200). 
Manufacturer of fine paper and cellophane. Visitors 
observe the processes involved in manufacturing 
paper and cellophane. Tours Tuesday, 2 p.m. (Spe- 
cial tours can be arranged.) Tour length: 2 hours. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 15 not admitted. 
Contact Mr. Warner or Dot Brookes. Phone: 704 
877-2159. 

PLYMOUTH 

102 True Temper Corporation, West Main Street. Saw- 
mill. Tour of sawmill and handle-turning operation. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours the first three 
weeks of July. Written notice of 6 weeks required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
10 not admitted. Contact Morris Brobst. Phone: 919 
793-4127. 

RALEIGH 

45 Aeroglide Corporation, 7100 Hillsborough Road. 
Grain driers, process diers, fruit and vegetable 
equipment. A lecture and orientation is followed by 
a tour of the plant and a question-and-answer ses- 
sion. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Group number: 6 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 day required. 
Groups of more than 6 require additional advance 
notice. Spanish translation available. Contact Mr. 
Lee Miller or Tom Martin. Phone: 919 851-2000. 

90 Crabtree Valley Mall, 4325 Glenwood Avenue. 
Shopping center. Tours 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 10-30. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Contact Elwood P. Perry. 
Phone:919 787-2507. 

95 Dillon Supply Company, 216 South West Street. 
Industrial supplies — steel and material-handling 
equipment. Tour includes the service department, 
steel warehouse, fabrication shop and general office. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 20 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Children must 
be accompanied by an adult. Contact Bobby 
Brantley. Phone: 919 832-7771. 



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83 Edwards & Broughton Company, 1821 N. 
Boulevard. Engraving and printing. Tour of the 
composing, art, printing and binding rooms. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9:30-11:30 a.m. and 1-3 
p.m. Tour length: 30-60 minutes. Group number: 15 
maximum. Advance notice of 2 days required. No 
cameras permitted. Children under 16 not admitted. 
Contact Paul Hoch. Phone: 919 833-6602. 

72 News & Observer Publishing Company, 215 South 
McDowell Street. Newspaper publishing. Tour of 
the news and printing departments, with a question- 
and-answer session concluding the tour. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 45 minutes. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Children under 8 not admitted. Contact Jill 
Pruitt. Phone:919 821-1234. 

30 Southern Bell Telephone Company, 128 West 
Hargett Street. Tour of traffic service area, computer 
room and telephone systems. Tours Monday through 
Thursday. Tour length: 45-60 minutes. Group 
number: 20 maximum. Advance notice of 2-3 days 
required. Contact Edith Sparron. Phone: 919 
828-8457. 

18 WRAL-TV, 2619 Western Boulevard, P.O. Box 
1200. Tour of the gardens and studio facility. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 2-4 
p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. Group number: 4-25. 
Advance notice of 1 day required. Children under 6 
not admitted. Contact Mr. Witherspoon. Phone: 919 
828-2511. 

REIDSVILLE 

5 Creighton Shirtmakers/Brookside Industries, Inc., 
Industrial Boulevard (off Scales Street), P.O. Box 
570. Visitors see shirts cut, sewn, pressed and 
boxed. Tours Monday through Friday, 10:30 a.m. to 
12 noon or 2:30-4 p.m. Tour length: 20-30 minutes. 
No tours week of July 4 and Christmas week. Group 
number: 25 maximum. Written notice of 6 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren must be accompanied by an adult. Contact Jill 
Roberts. Phone: 919 342-1008. 

ROBERSONVILLE 

81 Central Soya, West Green Street, P.O. Box 428. 
Processing of chickens. An introduction is followed 
by an actual inspection and tour of the facilities. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 45-60 minutes. Group number: 8 max- 
imum. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact Jim Mobley. Phone: 919 
795-4151. 



ROSMAN 

99 American Thread Company, Highway No. 64, P.O. 
Box 458. Manufacturer of cotton sewing thread. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the week of July 4 and 
the week of December 25. Group number: 3-12. 
Advance notice required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Contact Mr. Chester Kilpatrick, Indus- 
trial Relations Manager. Phone: 704 862-4215. 

99 M-B Industries, P.O. Box 518. Metal forming and 
fabrication — wire forms, springs, stamping, indus- 
trial coating and metallizing. Tour of all facilities. 
Tours available with advance notice. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 3-10. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Contact Mr. E.M. Morrow. Phone: 704 
862-4201. 

3 National Aeronautics and Space Administration. 
Satellite tracking station. Tour includes the Visitors 
Center with satellite displays and photographs and 
the satellite operations area. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday by 
special arrangement. Tour length: 30-60 minutes. 
Advance notice required. Spanish translation avail- 
able. Children must be accompanied by an adult. 
Contact Mr. James C. Jackson, Station Director. 
Phone: 704 883-8211. 

SANFORD 

48 Carolina Wholesale Florists, Inc., St. Andrews 
Church Road. Greenhouse tour shows the assembly 
line of Chrysanthemums in different stages of 
growth. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 20 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 1 day required. Children 
must be accompanied by an adult. Contact 
John McCormick or Glenn Coley. Phone: 919 
775-3631. 

99 Federal Spinning Corporation, Colon Road. Spin- 
ning mill — manufacturing acrylic yarn. Visitors see 
the spinning, dying and finishing of acrylic yarns. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon 
and 2-5 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours the 
week of July 4. Group number: 30 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 day required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact Mike Womble. Phone: 
919 775-5501. 

5 W. Koury Company, Inc., 633 Chatham Street. 
Manufacturer of men's slacks. Visitors see the 
assembly of men's slacks. Tours by appointment, 7 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the 
week of July 4 and week of Christmas. Group 
number: 2-20. Advance notice of 2 days required. 
No cameras permitted. Contact Mr. Robert Wertz. 
Phone:919 775-5415. 



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17 Sanford Brick & Tile Company, Box 458. Manufac- 
turer of bricks. Tour includes pit area — baking and 
burning of bricks. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 75 minutes. Tours 
are recommended from March through November. 
Group number: 50 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Children under 10 not admitted. 
Contact Philip Liles. Phone: 919 775-2125. 

5 Wyatt Knitting Company, 1006 Goldsboro Avenue. 
Sewing plant. Visitors see the manufacturing of 
clothing from start to finish. Tours Monday through 
Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Advance notice of 1 day required. Contact W.F. 
Wyatt, Jr. Phone: 919 775-2249. 

SHALLOTTE 

82 Brunswick Electric, Village Road. Cooperative 
electric membership. Tour of offices with a compu- 
ter demonstration, followed by a question-and- 
answer session. Tours by prior arrangement only. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance notice of 1 day 
required. Contact Doris F. Redwine. Phone: 919 
754-4391. 



SOUTHPORT 

50 C. B. Caroon Crab Company, East Bay Street. Crab 
processing. Visitors observe the picking and cook- 
ing of crabs and stuffing of shells for deviled crabs 
and stuffed flounder. Tours Monday through Friday, 
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 15 minutes. Advance 
notice of 2 days required for groups. Phone: 919 
457-6384. 



STANLEY 

82 Cowans Ford Dam & Hydroelectric Station, Route 
1, Box 380. A slide presentation is followed by a 
tour of the plant. Tours by appointment, Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 50 maximum. Advance notice 
of 2-3 days required. Children must be accompanied 
by an adult. Contact Carl Robinson, Plant Superin- 
tendent. Phone: 704 827-5 141 . 

SYLVA 

65 W. C. Hennessee Lumber Company, Old Asheville 
Road. Visitors see logs being brought in, sawed, 
graded, dressed and stacked. Tours Monday through 
Friday. Tour length: 45 minutes. No tours the weeks 
of July 4 and Christmas. Group number: 25 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 1 week required. Small 
children not admitted. Contact M.F. McDonald. 
Phone: 704 586-4044. 



99 Heritage Quilts, Inc., Scotts Creek Road. Manufac- 
turer of sleeping bags, quilts and comforters. Vis- 
itors view fiber being made — seven operations in- 
cluding cutting, sewing, inspection and shipping of 
products. Tours Monday through Friday. Tour 
length: 45 minutes. No tours the week of July 4 and 
the Christmas holidays. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Small 
children not admitted. Contact Gordon Hooper. 
Phone: 704 586-5577. 

WASHINGTON 

18 WITN-TV, Highway 17, P.O. Box 468. Television 
station. Tour of news room, offices, computer room 
and control room. Tours Monday through Thursday. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. No cameras 
permitted. Contact Paul Oughton. Phone: 919 
946-3131. 

WILKESBORO 

81 Holly Farms Poultry Industries, Inc., Factory Street 
& River Street. Poultry processing. Visitors view 
poultry processing from start to finish. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. Group number: 10-20. Advance notice of 
10 days required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 6 not admitted. Contact Mrs. 
Barbara Mathis. Phone: 919 838-2171. 

WILLIAMSTON 

30 Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Company, 1010 
Smithwick. Tour of central office. Tours by ap- 
pointment, Monday through Friday. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Advance notice preferred. Children must 
be accompanied by an adult. Contact J.R. 
Batchelor. Phone: 919 792-9101. 

5 June Day Manufacturing Company, Washington 
Street. Manufacturer of ladies' swimwear. Visitors 
view the cutting and sewing operations to the ship- 
ping of the finished product. Tours by prior ar- 
rangement only. Tour length: 45 minutes. No tours 
during July. Advance notice of 1 week required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact Paul Pulver. 
Phone:919 792-3104. 

WILMINGTON 

68 Babcock & Wilcox Company, Vance Street. Indus- 
trial boilers. Tour includes a slide presentation and a 
walk through the plant to view components of 
boilers being fabricated and assembled. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, by appointment only. Tour 
length: 90 minutes. No tours December 18 through 
January 3 and week of July 4. Group number: 6-45. 
Written notice of 6 weeks required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 10 not admitted. 
Contact the Personnel Department. Phone: 919 
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88 North Carolina State Ports Authority, 2202 Burnett 
Boulevard. Tour includes the terminal, dock area, 
warehouse and transit sheds. Tours available Mon- 
day through Friday by special arrangement. Ad- 
vance notice of 2 weeks required. Children must be 
accompanied by an adult. Contact Mr. Friederich. 
Phone:919 763-1621. 



99 Timme Corporation, Castle Hayne Road. Textile 
manufacturer. Tours Monday through Friday by 
appointment. Tour length: 90 minutes. No tours the 
weeks of July 4 and Christmas. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Children must be accompanied by an 
adult. Contact the Personnel Department. Phone: 
919 762-1836. 



101 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Reynolds 
Boulevard - Whitaker Park Plant. Cigarette man- 
ufacturing. Tours Monday through Friday, X a.m. to 
10 p.m. Persons need only present themselves at the 
Whitaker Park Plant and tour will be given. Tour 
length: 30-45 minutes. Advance notice required for 
groups of more than 20 persons. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact the Director of Tours. 
Phone: 919 748-3571. 

11 Wachovia Bank & Trust Company, P.O. Box 3099. 
Tour includes check processing and banking sys- 
tems. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 
noon and 2-4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 50 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Contact Eva Leach, Receptionist, Person- 
nel Department. Phone: 919 748-5520. 



WINDSOR 

18 Radio Station WBTE, Highway 13-17. Radio 
broadcasting. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 
30 maximum. Italian and Spanish translation avail- 
able. Contact Mr. Vaughn Upchurch. Phone: 
794-3131. 



WINSTON-SALEM 

16 Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company, Schlitz Drive. Bre- 
wery. Guided tour of the plant in small groups, with 
refreshments given after the tour. Persons need only 
present themselves at the Schlitz Plant and tours will 
be assembled. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice 
required for groups of more than 20 persons. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact the Director 
of Hospitality. Phone: 919 788-6710. 

72 Journal and Sentinel (Piedmont Publishing Com- 
pany, Inc.), 416 North Marshall Street. Newspaper 
publisher. Visitors see the formulation and produc- 
tion of a newspaper by use of computers. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 30 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice of 1 day required. Translation services 
available. Contact Bill East. Phone: 919 725-2311. 



30 Western Electric, 3330 Lexington Road. Telephone 
transmission equipment production. Visitors see 
telephone equipment being manufactured. Tours 
Monday through Friday by appointment, 8 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. No tours one week in 
July and week of Christmas. Advance notice of 1 
week required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 16 not admitted. Contact Mrs. Gloria 
Barrett. Phone: 919 784-2464. 

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH 

56 Wrightsville Beach Test Facility, Harper Island 
(Causeway Drive), Box 597. Testing of saline wa- 
ter. Tour of plant, including a lecture and film. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 80 minutes. Group number: 25 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice required. Contact Mr. 
Robinson, Manager. Phone: 919 256-2216. 



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BISMARCK 

72 Bismarck Tribune Company, 222 North 4th Street. 
Newspaper production. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 1-2 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance 
notice of 1 week preferred. Children under 6 not 
admitted. Contact the Advertising Manager. Phone: 
701 223-2500. 



106 Piedmont Aviation, Inc., Smith Reynolds Airport. 
Visitors tour the airline maintenance operations. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 30-60 minutes. Group number: 40 
maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children not admit- 
ted. Contact Betsy Allen. Phone: 919 767-5578. 



45 Clark Equipment Company, Melroe Division, 22nd 
Street and Indiana Avenue. Manufacturer of farm 
equipment. Tours Monday through Friday, 1:30-5 
p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Advance notice 
required. Groups of children under 8 years of age are 
not permitted except by special arrangement. Con- 
tact the Public Relations Specialist, Advertising 
Department. Phone: 701 223-6180, Ext. 388. 



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CARRINGTON 

45 Steinman Manufacturing, Inc., Box 397. Farm 
equipment fabrication. Tours Tuesday through Fri- 
day, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance 
notice required for large groups. Contact the Plant 
Manager. Phone: 701 652-3197. 

DICKINSON 

44 Farmers Union Grain Terminal Association Feed 
Plant, Route 1 Lakeview Road. Manufacturing of 
animal and poultry feeds. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 1-2 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance 
notice required. Children under 13 not admitted. 
Contact the Plant Manager. Phone: 701 227-1277. 

EDGELEY 

44 Farmers Union Grain Terminal Association Feed 
Plant, P.O. Box 187. Manufacturer of liquid sup- 
plements and dry feeds for animals and poultry. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Cameras and sketches 
permitted outside. Contact the Plant Manager. 
Phone:701493-2271. 

FARGO 

66 Branick, The Retread Equipment Division, Applied 
Power, Inc., 2600 — 3rd Avenue North. Manufac- 
turer of tire-handling equipment. Tours Monday 
through Friday. Advance notice of 2 weeks re- 
quired. Contact the Plant Manager. Phone: 701 
235-4446. 

37 Cass Clay Creamery, Inc., 200-20 Street North. 
Manufacturing and distributing dairy products. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 45 minutes. Advance notice preferred. 
Children under 10 not admitted. Contact Dalles 
Henning or Howard Thorson. Phone: 701 293-6455. 

83 Richtman's - Midwest Printing and Office Supply 
Company, 404 — 4th Avenue North. Printers. Tours 
Tuesday through Friday. Advance notice required. 
Contact the Plant Manager. Phone: 701 235-7548. 

105 Steiger Tractor, Inc., 3101 First Avenue North. 
Manufacturer of 4-wheel drive agricultural tractors. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9-11:30 a.m. and 
1:30-3:30 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday by appoint- 
ment only. Tour length: 45 minutes. Advance notice 
of 3 days required. Preschool children discouraged. 
Contact Personnel or Steve Bowman of the Market- 
ing Resource Center. Phone: 701 293-4482 or 701 
293-4476. 

GRAND FORKS 

49 North Dakota Mill and Elevator. Manufacturer of 
bakery flour, commercial feed grain and durum 
semolina. One tour at plant and three tours of North 
Dakota farms. Advance notice preferred. Contact 
Sam Kahl, Assistant Manager. 



MANDAN 

50 Cloverdale Foods Company, 103 — 4th Avenue, 
N.W. Meat processing. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 15-30 min- 
utes. Advance notice preferred. Contact Robert 
Schulte or Jim Miller. Phone: 701 663-951 1 . 

20 Dynamic Homes of Dakota, Inc., 2102 Walker 
Drive. Factory-built housing plant. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 2 
hours. Advance notice required. Contact the Plant 
Manager. Phone: 701 663-4252. 
OAKES 

68 Oakes Manufacturing, Inc. Metal fabrication and 
welding. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance notice 
required. Contact the Plant Manager. Phone: 701 
742-3284. 
RIVERDALE 

82 Garrison Dam Powerplant. Hydroelectric power. 
Tours 7 days a week, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Labor Day 
through Memorial Day tours are by appointment 
only. Tour length: 20 minutes. Contact the Park 
Manager, Recreation-Resource Branch, Corps of 
Engineers. Phone: 701 654-7411, Ext. 63. 
RUGBY 

68 Rugby Hydraulics, Rural Route 1, Box F2. Man- 
ufacturer of hydraulic cylinders. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Advance notice preferred. Contact the 
Plant Manager. Phone: 701 776-5776. 
STANTON 

82 United Power Association, P.O. Box 256. Genera- 
tion of electricity. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Advance notice required. Contact 
Plant Superintendent. Phone: 701 745-3387. 
TUTTLE 

37 Tuttle Dairy Products. Processing of cheese and 
dairy products. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone: 701 867-2529. 

VALLEY CITY 

65 Arkota Industries, Inc., 739 N.W. 2nd Street. 
Woodworking — solid hardwood shelving and gift 
products. Tours Tuesday through Thursday, 10 a.m. 
to 3 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Advance notice 
of 1 week required. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact the Manufacturing Manager. Phone: 701 
845-2511. 
113 Tri W-G, Inc., 215— 12th Avenue, N.E. Manufac- 
turer of electrically and hydraulically operated re- 
habilitation products. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance 
notice of 3 days required. Children under 14 not 
admitted. Contact the Plant Manager. Phone: 701 
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WAHPETON 

97 Minn-Dak Farmers Cooperative, 2 miles north of 
No. 210 Bypass. Sugar factory. Tours daily from 
mid-September to mid-December, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 1 day 
required. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
the Public Relations Director. Phone: 701 642-841 1 , 
Ext. 76. 

OHIO 

AKRON 

85 The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, 1200 Fires- 
tone Parkway. Tire manufacturer. Tour includes a 
film, product display area and tour of factory opera- 
tions. Tours Monday through Friday, 2 p.m. Tour 
length: 90 minutes. No tours the first two weeks of 
July. Group number: 40 maximum. Written notice 
of 6 weeks required. No cameras or sketches permit- 
ted. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Miss 
Jean Sonnhalter, Department of Public Relations. 
Phone: 216 379-7701. 

92 Goodwill Industries of Akron, Inc., 36 South Col- 
lege Street. Rehabilitation and employment of hand- 
icapped people. Tour includes the Rehabilitation 
Department, training workshops and employment 
areas — radio and television repair, refurbishing tex- 
tiles, small engine repair, carpentry and appliance 
repair. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
3:30 p.m. Tour length: 15-60 minutes. Contact 
David P. Boldt or Betty Lyons. Phone: 216 
762-8421. 

85 Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, 1144 East 
Market Street. Manufacturer of tires and rubber 
products. Tour includes a brief history of the rubber 
industry, rubber collection, Charles Goodyear' s con- 
tribution and a tour through a tire factory. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 1 p.m.; exhibit open daily, 
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Group 
number: 65 maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required for groups of more than 10. Cameras not 
permitted in the factory. Children under 12 not 
admitted to the factory. Contact Richard G. Hughes, 
Curator. Phone: 216 794-2044. 
ASHTABULA 

79 Molded Fiber Glass Companies, P.O. Box 675. 
(Molded Fiber Glass Company, MFG Concrete 
Forms Company, MFG Metal Fabricating Com- 
pany.) Tour includes all phases of manufacturing, 
from receiving of raw materials through shipping of 
finished product. Tours Monday thrugh Friday, by 
appointment. Tour length: 60-90 minutes. Group 
number: 100 maximum. Written notice of 6 weeks 
required. Contact Glen Warner, Vice President for 
Advertising, Publicity and Community Relations. 
Phone: 216 997-5851, Ext. 162. 



BEDFORD 

113 Kulis Freeze Dry Taxidermy, 725 Broadway Av- 
enue. Freeze dry taxidermy and manufacturing of 
freeze dry machines. Visitors see the various proce- 
dures involved in freeze dry taxidermy. Tours Mon- 
day through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 45 minutes. Group number: 20 maximum. 
Advance notice of 3 days required. Contact Joanne 
Ferrara. Phone: 216 232-8352. 

BOWLING GREEN 

50 Cains Marcelle Potato Chips, Inc., 425 Napoleon 
Road. Potato chip manufacturer. A guided tour from 
potato storage to the production line, then through 
packaging and ending at the warehouse. Tours 
Monday through Thursday, 9-11 a.m. and 1-2:30 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 30 
maximum. Advance notice of 7-10 days required. 
Children under 6 not admitted. Contact Mary Blair, 
Tour Guide. Phone: 419 352-3509. 

BRYAN 

37 Pet, Inc., 719 East High Street. Manufacturing and 
canning of evaporated milk. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. 
Group number: 5-40. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
J.L. Beattie. Phone:419 636-1181. 

CAMBRIDGE 

55 Mosser Glass, Inc., Route 22, East. Manufacturer of 
antique reproductions. Visitors see glassware being 
pressed or blown manually (no automation), the 
finishing area and the showroom. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 
15 minutes. No tours the first two weeks of July. 
Group number: 6 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired. Children must be accompanied by parents. 
Tours available on request. Phone: 614 439-1827. 
CANTON 

76 Weber Dental, 2206— 13th Street, N.E. Manufac- 
turer of dental chairs, instrument delivery systems. 
X-rays and operatory lights. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p. m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. No 
tours for two weeks in July and August. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Children under 16 not 
admitted. Contact V.J. Ford, President. Phone: 216 
455-0366. 

CARDINGTON 

111 Le Boudin Vineyard & Winery, Rural Route 3, Box 
172. Tour of winery, vineyard and wine tasting 
room. Tours Tuesday through Saturday, 12 noon to 
12 midnight. Tour length: 15-30 minutes. Group 
number: 50 maximum. Advance notice of 1 day 
preferred. Children must be accompanied by par- 
ents. Contact Carroll or Ruth Hubbell. Phone: 419 
768-2091. 



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CELINA 

60 Celina Insurance Group, Insurance Square. Insur- 
ance and data processing. Tour of facilities, plus a 
visitation with the senior executives. Tours Monday 
through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 2-10. Written notice of 1 
month required. Children not admitted. Contact 
Bernard Moore. Phone:419 586-5181. 



CINCINNATI 

72 The Cincinnati Enquirer, 617 Vine Street. News- 
paper. Tour includes the newsroom, library, com- 
posing room and pressroom. Tours Monday through 
Thursday, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. 
Group number: 10-40. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
the Information Center. Phone: 513 721-2700. 



72 The Cincinnati Post, 800 Broadway. Daily news- 
paper publisher. A slide presentation is followed by 
a guided tour of the editorial, business and mechani- 
cal departments. Tours Tuesday and Thursday, 9 
a.m., 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 10-30. Written notice of 6 weeks 
required. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Gregory J. Ptacin, Promotion Director. Phone: 513 
721-1111. 



Ill Meier's Wine Cellars, 6955 Plainfield Road. Tour 
of winery, followed by wine tasting. Tours Wednes- 
day through Saturday, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tour 
length: 90 minutes. Group number: 50 maximum. 
Children under 18 not admitted. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact Robert Raussen, Tour 
Director. Phone: 513 891-2900. 



39 National Distillers & Chemical Corporation, 120 
Section Road. Tour includes distillation of gin and 
vodka, bottling of whiskies and cordials, canned 
cocktails, quality control, shipping, bulk and full 
case storage. Tours weekdays by appointment, 10 
a.m. and 2 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. No tours 
in July. Group number: 20 maximum. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required for groups larger than 20. 
Cameras permitted in explosion-proof areas only. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
J.L. Graham or V. Lemmel. Phone: 513 948-4712. 



92 Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries Rehabilitation 
Center, Inc., 10600 Springfield Pike. 
Vocationally-oriented comprehensive rehabilitation 
agency for the handicapped. Tour includes produc- 
tion, industrial services (subcontracting), communi- 
cations, plant health, physical and occupational 
therapy, personnel, dormitory, cafeteria, watchmak- 
ing school and thrift store. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour lengtth: 45-60 
minutes. Group number: 40 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week preferred. Camera use restricted to 
facilities only — not of people. Children under 12 not 
admitted. Contact Mr. Robert Lovett, Director of 
Volunteer Services, or Miss Mary Fettis, Public 
Relations Department. Phone: 513 771-4800. 



68 Steelcraft Manufacturing Company, 9017 Blue Ash 
Road. Manufacturer of metal doors, frames and 
entrance systems. A brief product orientation is 
followed by a tour of the manufacturing facilities. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 2-3 hours. Group number: 40 maxi- 
mum. Written notice of 6 weeks required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 16 
not admitted. Contact Richard B. Brian, Marketing 
Services Manager. Phone: 513 791-8800. 



Ill Warren J. Sublette Winery Company, 2260 Central 
Parkway. Tour of small, premium quality winery, 
including fermentation, aging, testing and bottling 
areas. Tours Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 
p.m. (after 5 p.m. by appointment only). Tour 
length: 15-60 minutes. Group number: 50 maxi- 
mum. Contact Warren J. Sublette. Phone: 513 
651-4570. 



CIRCLEVILLE 

111 Shawnee Vineyards, 8531 S.R. 56 East. Guided 
tour includes the wine cellar, wine tasting, sales area 
and restaurant. Tours Monday through Saturday, 1 1 
a.m. to 9 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 minutes. Group 
number: 40 maximum. Advance notice of 1 day 
required. Contact Jack Goode, Owner. Phone: 614 
474-8918. 



CLARKSVILLE 

111 Tarula Farms, 1786 Creek Road. Winery. Tours 
Wednesday through Friday, 12 noon to 9 p.m.; 
Saturday, 12 noon to 1 a.m. Tour length: 15-20 
minutes. Group number: 2-20. Advance notice pre- 
ferred for large groups. Contact Ron Peerey or 
Vickie McClary. Phone: 513 289-2181. 



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CLEVELAND 

Bobbie Brooks, 3830 Kelley Avenue. Junior 
sportswear manufacturer. Tour of cutting center 
operations. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
3 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Group number: 
15-30. Advance notice of 1 month required. Contact 
Cindy Glassman. Phone: 216 881-5300. 



The East Ohio Gas Company, 1717 East Ninth 
Street. Natural gas utility. Tour includes the energy 
control center for natural gas distribution system, 
exploration and development department and data 
processing department. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 12-45. Advance notice required. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact Joanne Potts. Phone: 
216 522-2949. 



NASA Lewis Research Center, Visitor Information 
Center, 21000 Brookpark Road. National Aeronau- 
tics & Space Administration. Tour includes an 
orientation on NASA's past and future space flights, 
the display area and a tour of the facilities. Tours 
Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and 
Saturday, 10 a. m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. 
Group number: 20-150. Advance notice required for 
scheduled tours; the display and exhibit area located 
in the Visitor Information Center is open to the 
public without prior notice required. Either alien 
registration or passport number is required at least 
two days in advance of tour date. French and 
Spanish translation available. Children under 10 not 
admitted. Contact Patricia Hannan. Phone: 216 
433-4000, Ext. 731. 



95 Republic Steel Corporation, Republic Building, 
P.O. Box 6778. Steelmaking — bars, sheets, strips, 
etc. Tour includes the hot and cold strip and sheet 
mills, environmental control facilities (air and water 
quality control plants), bar and blooming mills and, 
on occasion, steelmaking shops (basic oxygen fur- 
naces). Tours by appointment Monday through Fri- 
day, 9:30 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours 
and 30 minutes. Group number: 20-200. Advance 
notice of 4 weeks required for reservations. Transla- 
tion services available for Czech, French, German, 
Hungarian, Polish, Russian, Swedish, Norwegian, 
Spanish and Italian. No cameras permitted. Children 
under 16 not admitted. Contact Charles M. 
Nekvasil, Public Relations Representative. Phone: 
216 574-7686. 



COLDWATER 

45 Avco New Idea Farm Equipment Company, 1st and 
Sycamore Streets. Manufacturer of specialized farm 
equipment — manure spreaders, corn pickers, hay 
tools, uni system of self-propelled harvest equip- 
ment. Tour of plant and facilities. Tours Tuesday 
through Thursday, 9:30-11:30 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. 
Tour length: 2 hours. No tours the first two weeks in 
July. Group number: 100 maximum. Advance 
notice required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Donald W. Kaiser, Safety Engineer. Phone: 419 
678-5455. 



COLUMBUS 

60 Buckeye Union Insurance Company, 1111 East 
Broad Street. Property and casualty insurance. 
Tours Monday through Friday by appointment, 9 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 20-30 minutes. Group 
number: 50 maximum. Advance notice required. 
French, German and Spanish translation available. 
Children under 15 not admitted. Contact 
Thomas E. Gallagher. Phone: 614 253-881 1. 



72 The Plain Dealer Publishing Company, 1801 
Superior Avenue. Daily and Sunday newspaper. 
Tour includes a visit to the city room, composing 
room, pressroom and mail room. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 15-60. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. No cameras permitted. Children 
under 6 not admitted. Contact Mrs. Veena Bhupali. 
Phone: 216 523-4230. 



108 Columbus and Southern Ohio Electric Company, 
215 North Front Street. Electric utility. Tour of 
Conesville Generating Station and surface mining 
operation. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
4 p.m. Tour length: 3 hours. Group number: 20 
maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
W.E. Wilcoxon. Phone: 614 464-7287. 



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73 The Dean & Barry Company, 296 Marconi 
Boulevard. Paint manufacturer. Visitors see the 
receiving and storing of raw materials, mixing of 
raw materials, packaging, labeling, laboratory and 
shipping room. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group 
number: 20 maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Translation services available on a prear- 
ranged basis only. Children under 14 not admitted. 
Contact Robert S. McKay II, President, or Howard 
Kerr, Production Manager. Phone: 614 224-3131. 

72 Dispatch Printing Company, 34 South Third Street. 
Metropolitan daily newspaper. Tour includes the 
editorial, advertising, circulation and production 
functions of the newspaper. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9:30 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 5-35. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Mrs. Sandy Clary, Public Service Department. 
Phone:614 461-5244. 

7 Fisher Body GMC, 200 Georgesville Road. 
Hardware plant. Tour of plant areas and the Admin- 
istration Building. Tours Tuesday and Thursday, 9 
a.m., 9:30 a.m., 1 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 
60-90 minutes. No tours the last week of July and 
first week of August. Group number: 50 maximum. 
Written notice of 1 month required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Mr. Jeryl Phillips. Phone: 614 275-5132. 

92 Goodwill Industries of Central Ohio, Inc., 1331 
Edgehill Road. Vocational rehabilitation services 
for the handicapped. Visitors see the latest 
techniques in vocational rehabilitation, including 
vocational evaluation, vocational and personal ad- 
justment, skill training and several specialized re- 
habilitation programs. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 60 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. No cameras permitted. Children under 8 
not admitted. Contact Kevin Oberle, Community 
Relations Director. Phone: 614 294-5181. 

10 ITT Continental Baking Company, 697 North 4th 
Street. Bread production. An introduction is fol- 
lowed by a tour of the plant and a question-and- 
answer period. Tours Wednesday and Thursday by 
appointment only. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group 
number: 15 maximum. Advance notice required. No 
cameras permitted. Children under 6 not admitted. 
Contact Pat Curtis, Secretary to the General 
Manager-Personnel Director. Phone: 614 294-5375. 



98 Lazarus, Town and High Streets. Department store. 
Visitors see the following areas: display, sign shop, 
drapery workroom, alteration departments, associate 
clinic and cafeteria area, and mail/phone order 
office. Tours Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. and 
2 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. No tours from 
November 15 through the month of December. 
Group number: 10-18. Written notice of 6 weeks 
required. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Miss Helen Roboski or Mrs. Betty Raymond, Spe- 
cial Events Director. Phone: 614 463-3578 or 614 
463-2768. 

83 National Graphics Corporation, 724 East Woodrow 
Avenue, Box 719. Printing. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Group number: 10 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice required. No cameras permit- 
ted. Children not admitted. Contact Paul D. 
Cooper. Phone; 614 445-3291 . 

56 United States Post Office, 850 Twin Rivers Drive. 
Visitors see the cancellation and distribution sys- 
tems which serve Columbus and 160 other post 
offices in central Ohio. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 6-7 p.m.; students, 9 
a.m. to 1 p.m. Tour length: 75 minutes. Group 
number: 10-45. Advance notice of 10 days required. 
No sketches permitted. Children under 10 not admit- 
ted. Contact Roy W. Baker, Manager of Retail 
Sales & Services. Phone: 614 469-5534. 

83 Xerox Education Center, 1250 Fairwood Avenue. 
Printing and publishing of school periodicals and 
associated school materials — all phases of commer- 
cial printing. Guided tour includes office areas, 
stock/storage, press rooms (rotary and sheet-fed), 
bindery and distribution areas. Tours Tuesday 
through Thursday, 9-11:30 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Tour 
length: 90 minutes to 2 hours. Group number: 5-50. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Children under 
5 not admitted. Contact Charles B. DeWitt, Man- 
ager Industrial Relations. Phone: 614 253-0892. 

CRESTLINE 

27 Royster Farm Service Center, Box 89, West 
Bucyrus Road. Manufacturer of fertilizer and chem- 
icals. Visitors are given an explanation of the 
blending of materials for different analysis and 
chemicals used for weed problems in crops such as 
beans, corn, wheat and oats. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 3 hours. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. No sketches 
permitted. Contact Dan Schroeder, 7242 Crestline 
Road, Crestline, Ohio 44827. Phone: 419 683-2026. 



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CUYAHOGA FALLS 30 

WKDD, 1675 State Road. Radio station. Tour 
includes on-air control room, production studio, 
newsroom and traffic department. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 20 
minutes. Group number: 5-20. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 6 not admitted. Contact 
John Deineter. Phone: 216 923-9761. 



DAYTON 

50 Cassano's, Inc., 1700 East Stroop Road. Pizza and 
seafood. The tour consists of the production, 
warehouse and dining room facilities. Tours Tues- 
day, Wednesday and Friday, 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 10-35. Advance 
notice of 2-3 months required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact Bernadette Shear. 
Phone: 513 294-8400. 



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72 Dayton Newspapers, Inc., 4th and Ludlow Streets. 
Daily newspapers — Dayton Daily News and Dayton 
Journal Herald. The tour includes the printing 
facilities, advertising, circulation and editorial de- 
partments. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 10 
5 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Group number: 25 
maximum. Advance notice preferred. Children 
under 10 not admitted. Contact the Promotion De- 
partment. Phone: 513 225-2090. 



85 Dayton Tire & Rubber Company, 2342 West River- 
side Avenue. Tire manufacturer. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9:30-11 a.m. or 1:30-3 p.m. Tour 
length: 90 minutes. Group number: 5-40. Written 
notice of 6 weeks required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 13 not admitted. Contact l^-, 

Michael J. Terrell, Public Relations Manager. 
Phone:513 278-2666. 



50 Mike-Sell's Potato Chip Company, 333 Leo Street. 
Potato chip manufacturer. Complete visual inspec- 
tion of process of manufacturing potato chips. Tours 
by appointment, 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Tour 
length: 45 minutes. Group number: 10-30. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. Children under 7 not 
admitted. Contact Mrs. Joy Brush. Phone: 513 
228-9400. 



Ohio Bell Telephone Company, 369 West 1st Street. 
Tour includes the electronic telephone operator of- 
fices, information operator offices, electronic con- 
trol offices and clerical operations, if requested. 
Tours Monday through Friday for 5 to 10 persons 
and Tuesday through Thursday for groups of more 
than 10, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening tours by special 
arrangement. Tour length: 90 minutes. Group 
number: 5-25. Advance notice of 2 weeks required 
for groups of 20 or more people. No cameras 
permitted. Children under 14 not admitted. Contact 
Mary Ellen Sears, Supervisor, Community Rela- 
tions. Phone: 513 443-7213. 



WING Radio, 717 East David Road. Radio broad- 
casting. Tour of facilities with brief description of 
how a radio station operates. Tours Monday through 
Friday, by appointment only. Tour length: 30-45 
minutes. Group number: 5-25. Advance notice of 2 
weeks to 1 month required, except during school 
year when booking is heaviest. Children under 8 not 
admitted. Contact Deborah Parenti, Vice President, 
Marketing. Phone: 513 222-3773. 



DEFIANCE 

Brown's Bakery, Inc., Wayne and Downs Streets, 
P.O. Box 27. Wholesale bakery — buns and bread. 
Visitors see the mixing of doughs, dividing into 
loaves, molding, proofing, baking, cooling and 
wrapping. Tours daily, except Tuesday and Satur- 
day, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 15 maximum. Advance notice of 2 
days required. Children under 9 not admitted. Con- 
tact Fred J. Brown, Dick Graham or Bob Mertz. 
Phone: 419 784-3330. 



DELAWARE 

World Wide Games, Inc., 3527 State Route 37 
West. Manufacturer of wooden games. Tour in- 
cludes a visit through the manufacturing shop, 
finishing rooms, packing and shipping areas. Game 
instruction and demonstration are given, leaving 
time for game participation by visitors. Tours Tues- 
day through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tours 
Monday and Friday available by request. Tour 
length: 1 hour (30 minutes for facility tour and 30 
minutes for game instruction and play). Group 
number: 4-35. Advance notice required. Children 
under 10 must be accompanied by an adult. Contact 
Warren O. Bailey, Mary Lea Bailey or John Rogers. 
Phone: 614 363-2324. 



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EAST CANTON 

79 Merit Plastics, Inc., 400 West Nassau Street. Plas- 
tics manufacturer — injection molding, extrusion, 
push-pull control cables. Visitors see shuttle type 
molding and manufacturing of casing for controls, 
plus assembly of controls. Tours Tuesday and Wed- 
nesday, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 2-8. Advance notice of 1-2 weeks 
required. German translation available. No cameras 
or sketches permitted. Children under 18 not admit- 
ted. Contact H.C. Kappel, Senior Vice President. 
Phone: 216 488-1231. 

EAST LIBERTY 

7 Transportation Research Center of Ohio, U.S. Route 
33. Automotive transportation proving grounds and 
test center. A slide presentation is followed by a tour 
of the outdoor facilities. Tours Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tours available Monday through Thursday by 
special arrangements. Tour length: 60-90 minutes. 
Group number: 40 maximum. It is preferred that 
large groups tour by bus. Advance notice of I week 
required. Hindu translation available. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under high school 
senior level are not admitted. Contact 
Chuck Harroff. Phone: 513 666-201 1. 

FINDLAY 

72 The Courier, 701 West Sandusky Street. Morning 
daily newspaper (no Sunday). Tours Monday 
through Friday, by appointment. Tour length: 30-60 
minutes. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Children under 15 not 
admitted. Contact Allen P. Dudley, Vice President. 
Phone:419 422-5151. 

FOSTORIA 

2 Copeland Corporation, 1 150 State Street. Manufac- 
turer of refrigeration condensing units. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. No tours the 
first full two weeks in August. Advance notice 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
George Binder, Plant Manager. Phone: 419 
435-8501. 

FREMONT 

67 Peter Eckrich and Sons, Inc., 2500 Industrial Road. 
Meat processing — sliced luncheon meats. Tour con- 
sists of processing, packaging and shipping opera- 
tions, including quality assurance laboratory func- 
tions, USD A Inspector's office and central control 
room. Tours Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m., 1 
p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 10-35. Written notice of 6 weeks required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 8 
not admitted. Contact Le Thomas, Industrial Rela- 
tions Manager. Phone: 419 332-1541. 



GALION 

30 North Electric Company, 553 South Market Street. 
Telecommunications equipment manufacturer. Vis- 
itors see a power supply production plant. (Research 
and Development Center is located at Delaware, 
Ohio.) Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a. m. to 12 
noon or 1:30-4 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. No 
tours the first two weeks of July. Group number: 
6-50. Written notice of 6 weeks required. Spanish 
and French translation available. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 13 not admitted. 
Contact William D. Wilson, Assistant to the Presi- 
dent, Advertising and Public Relations Department. 
Phone:419 468-8167. 



HAMILTON 

74 The Beckett Paper Company, 400 Dayton Street. 
Paper manufacturing. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. 
Group number: 10-30. Advance notice of 1 month 
required. Children under 14 not admitted. Contact 
Mark D. Treleaven, General Supervisor, Industrial 
Relations Department. Phone: 513 863-5641. 



7 Fisher Body Division, General Motors Corporation, 
4400 Dixie Highway. Metal fabrication of auto parts 
and assemblies. Tour of manufacturing facilities. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. No tours from June through 
August. Group number: 5-25. Written notice of 6 
weeks required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children over 8 admitted when accompanied by an 
adult. Contact C.W. Schlake. Phone: 513 863-471 1 , 
Ext. 304. 



HUDSON 

66 Terex Division of General Motors, 5405 Darrow 
Road, State Route 91. Manufacturer of earthmoving 
equipment (crawlers, haulers, scrapers, loaders). 
Tour of manufacturing plant (machining, heat treat, 
final assembly) and tour of engineering plant (re- 
search and development). Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 10-75. Written notice of 6 weeks 
required. Spanish, German, French and Portuguese 
translation available. No cameras or sketches per- 
mitted. Children under 8 not admitted. Contact 
Mary Sopko. Phone: 216 655-5233. 



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JACKSON CENTER 

105 Airstream, 419 West Pike Street. Manufacturer of 
travel trailers (recreational vehicle industry). Tour 
through factory and showing of finished products. 
Tours September through June 15, Monday through 
Friday, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. 
No tours June 15 through July 10. Advance notice 
required for groups of more than 30. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact Dan Chamberlin, Direc- 
tor of Sales, or Frank Judy, Plant Manager. Phone: 
513 596-6111. 



MANSFIELD 

85 The Mansfield Tire & Rubber Company, 515 New- 
man Street. Manufacturer of tires and tubes. Visitors 
see how component parts of a tire are made, assem- 
bled into a tire and then cured as the finished 
product. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
3:30 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. No tours the 
week of July 4. Group number: 4 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice of 1 day required. Children under 16 
not admitted. Contact Nick M. Polles, Manager of 
Public Relations. Phone: 419 522-41 1 1. 



KENTON 

68 Kenton Structural & Ornamental Iron Works, Inc., 
100 Cleveland Avenue. Fabrication of structural 
steel and miscellaneous metals — steel stairs, metal 
rails (ferrous and non-ferrous), light framing. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Group number: 10-20. Advance 
notice of 1 day required. Contact B. Collins. Phone: 
419 674-4025. 

LEIPSIC 

50 Libby McNeill & Libby, 701 West Main Street. 
Food processing — tomato juice, ketchup, sauces. 
Tour of ketchup plant operations, including tomato 
receiving, preparation, filling and packaging, plus 
warehousing. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. 
to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group 
number: 12 maximum. Plant operations are sea- 
sonal, and written notice of 6 weeks is required. 
Spanish translation available. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact David K. Miller, 
Supervisor, Personnel Administration. Phone: 419 
943-2121. 

MADISON 

111 Chalet Debonne Vineyards, Inc., 7743 Doty Road. 
Winery — producers of wines, fresh grapes and 
juice. Tour begins in the Hospitality Room, fol- 
lowed by a tour of the cellars and concluding at the 
tasting rooom. Tours Tuesday through Saturday, 1-8 
p.m. Tour length: 15 minutes. No tours the first two 
weeks of January. Group number: 5-40. Advance 
notice required. No sketches permitted. Contact 
Rose Debevc. Phone: 216 466-3485. 

MANCHESTER 

111 Moyer Vineyards, Rural Route 1. Winery and res- 
taurant. Manufacturer of wines and champagne. 
Tours Monday through Saturday, 1 1 :30 a.m. to 5:30 
p.m. Tour length: 20-30 minutes. No tours the first 
two weeks of January. Group number: 60 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice required for large groups. 
Contact Ken Moyer. Phone: 513 549-2957. 



MARION 

66 Marion Power Shovel Company, Inc., 617 West 
Center Street. Manufacturer of excavators. Visitors 
see the fabrication and machining facilities, plus 
films. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length: 2-3 hours. No tours between 
Christmas and New Year's. Group number: 20 
maximum. Written notice of 6 weeks required. 
Translation available for Arabic, French, Indian, 
Spanish and other Latin-based languages. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children not admit- 
ted. Contact E. Steidle. Phone: 614 383-521 1. 

MIDDLEFIELD 

85 The Johnson Rubber Company, 16025 Johnson 
Avenue. Visitors see the basic workings of indus- 
trial rubber extrusion and molding. Tours Tuesday 
through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 2-12. Advance notice re- 
quired. No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
Donald Finefrock. Phone: 216 632-1611. 

MIDDLETOWN 

95 Armco Steel Corporation, Middletown Works. 
Manufacturer of iron and steel (strip and sheet steel). 
Visitors see the processes of manufacturing iron and 
steel, including rolling and coating processes. Tours 
Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tour 
length: 2-3 hours. Written notice of 6 weeks re- 
quired. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact Louis J. Brown. 
Phone: 513 425-3331. 

33 Diamond International Corporation, 407 Charles 
Street. Paperboard and folding carton manufacturer. 
Tour includes the main office, with comments from 
executive officers, and the production facilities. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 2 hours. Group number: 5-25. Written 
notice of 6 weeks required. Children under 12 not 
admitted. Contact Mr. Timothy D. Haap, Super- 
visor of Industrial Relations, or Mr. S.L. Hockaden, 
Director of Industrial Relations. Phone: 513 
422-2772. 



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74 The Sorg Paper Company, 901 Manchester Avenue. 
Manufacturer of speciality paper. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 75 
minutes to 2 hours. Group number: 2-30. (Groups of 
3-4 preferred.) Written notice of 6 weeks required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
14 not admitted. Contact Richard W. Krebs, Per- 
sonnel Manager. Phone: 513 422-3661 . 

MILAN 

95 Milan Steel Industries, Inc., 21 North Main Street. 
Fabrication job shop — weldments, forming, shear- 
ing, burning. Products include dry bulk storage 
tanks, dust collectors, structural steel, etc. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. No tours 
December 24 through January 1 . Advance notice 
preferred. Contact Albert E. Wharff, Chairman of 
the Board. Phone: 419 499-2562. 

MILLERSBURG 

37 Guggisberg Cheese Company, Route 4. Manufac- 
turer of Baby Swiss and Swiss Cheese. Visitors see 
the process of making cheese (between 10 a.m. and 
2 p.m.). Tours Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 
6 p.m. Group number: 25 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 day required. German translation avail- 
able. Contact Mrs. Guggisberg. Phone: 216 
893-2500. 

MORROW 

111 Valley Vineyards Farm, 2041 East U.S. 22. Win- 
ery. Guided tours available with advance notice. 
Winery is open to the public for self-guided tours at 
any time. Tours Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. 
to 8 p.m. Advance notice required for groups of 
more than 14. Contact Marcia McCann. Phone: 513 
899-2485. 

MT. VERNON 

33 Weyerhaeuser Company, Granville Road. Manufac- 
turer of corrugated containers. Tour and explanation 
of equipment and processes. Tours by appointment 
only. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group number: 10 
maximum. Written notice of 6 weeks required. 
Contact Aaron Rasmussen, Production Manager. 
Phone:614 397-5215. 

NEW BOSTON 

95 Empire-Detroit Steel Division, Portsmouth Plant, 
3879 Rhodes Avenue. Steel mill — coke, pig iron 
and ingots. Tour includes coke plant, blast furnace 
and open hearth. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Group number: 
40 maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
16 not admitted. Contact J. L. McGlone, Manager of 
Safety and Security. Phone: 614 456-2318. 



NEW PHILADELPHIA 

48 Endres Floral Company, 635 West High Avenue. 
Rose growers. Tour of rose greenhouses. Tours 
daily, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact Eugene 
Endres, President. Phone: 216 343-6667. 



ORRVILLE 

68 Orrville Products, Inc., 375 East Orr Street. Man- 
ufacturer of cabs for trucks and off-highway vehi- 
cles. Tours Monday through Friday by appointment, 
afternoons preferred. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 20 maximum. Written notice of 6 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 18 not admitted. Contact 
Harry Featherstone or Ronald Lamontagne. Phone: 
216 683-4010. 



37 Smith Dairy Products Company, 230 North Vine 
Street. Dairy. Visitors observe the processing of 
milk, ice cream and cottage cheese. Tours week- 
days, except Wednesday, 10-10:30 a.m. Tour 
length: 15-20 minutes. Group number: 6-20. Ad- 
vance notice required. Children under 8 must be 
accompanied by an adult. Contact Kim Amstutz. 
Phone: 216 682-7716. 



PARMA 

7 Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Parma Plant, Chevrolet Boulevard at Brook- 
park Road. Manufacturer of automotive compon- 
ents, transmissions, sheet metal parts and propeller 
shafts. Tour includes typical machining and pressed 
metal areas and transmission assembly line. Tours 
Monday through Friday by appointment. Tour 
length: 45-60 minutes. No tours late July or early 
August. Group number: 5 minimum. Written notice 
of 6 weeks required. No cameras permitted. Chil- 
dren under 13 not admitted. Contact A.J. Promer, 
Education and Training Department. Phone: 216 
265-5378. 



ROSEVILLE 

17 Nelson McCoy Pottery Company, 451 Gordon 
Street. Manufacturer of pottery. Visitors see the 
complete process of manufacturing from raw mate- 
rial to finished product. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tour length: 20-30 min- 
utes. No tours the first two weeks of July. Written 
notice of 6 weeks required. Children must be ac- 
companied by adults. Contact Mr. Arthur Lane. 
Phone:614 697-7331. 



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SHELBY 

68 Ohio Steel Tube Company, 132 West Main Street. 
Manufacturer of seamless and welded steel tubing. 
Visitors see piercing, welding, annealing, pickling, 
cold drawing and cutting operations. Tours Tuesday 
through Thursday, 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Tour 
length: 90 minutes. No tours June 15 through July 
20. Group number: 4-24. Written notice of 6 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 12 not admitted. Contact Richard E. 
Gilbert, Manager of Personnel and Safety. Phone: 
419 347-2424. 



68 Webster Industries, Inc., West End Hall Street. 
Manufacturer of bulk material-handling systems and 
chain and conveyor components. Tour includes the 
machining, fabricating, press department, assembly 
operation and malleable foundry. Tours Monday 
through Friday by prior arrangements, 9 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the week of July 
4 and December 24 through January 1 . Group 
number: 4 maximum. Advance notice required. 
Children under 16 not admitted. Contact James 
Young, Personnel Manager. Phone: 419 447-8232. 



SPRINGFIELD 

45 International Harvester Company, 6125 Urbana 
Road. Truck manufacturing. Visitors observe as- 
sembly of trucks from start to finish. Tours Tuesday 
and Thursday, 10-11 a.m. and 1-2 p.m. Special 
tours by prior arrangements. Tour length: 1 hour. No 
tours for two weeks in July and one week at 
Christmas. Group number: 40 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Use of cameras and 
sketches is limited. Visitors must wear leather foot- 
wear and safety glasses (goggles provided by Inter- 
national Harvester Company). School groups of 
children under 15 not admitted. Contact R.E. 
Wilson, Public Relations Manager, or Mrs. N.S. 
Tyler, Secretary. Phone: 513 390-4650 or 513 
390-4469. 

TIFFIN 

72 The Advertiser-Tribune, 320 Nelson Street. News- 
paper. Tour includes the business, editorial, adver- 
tising, composing, platemaking, press and circula- 
tion departments. Tours Monday through Friday, 
1-3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 
5-30. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact the Circulation 
Department. Phone: 419 447-4455. 

50 Ballreich Bros., Inc., Rear 188 Ohio Avenue. Man- 
ufacturer of potato chips. Tour includes entire 
facilities. Tours weekdays, except Wednesday, 8 
a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 25 minutes. Advance 
notice required. German translation available. Con- 
tact Opal Davis, Office Manager. Phone: 419 
447-1814. 

63 Noba, Inc., 684 East Perry Street, P.O. Box 607. 
Artificial insemination — dairy and beef cattle. Vis- 
itors see the facilities and bulls. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Contact 
David F. Grimm, Advertising & Promotion De- 
partment. Phone: 419 447-6262. 



TOLEDO 

72 Toledo Blade Company, 541 Superior Street. News- 
paper. Tour of facilities includes an explanation of 
the publishing and printing operations. Tours Tues- 
day through Thursday, 1-3:30 p.m. (Tours Monday 
and Friday when possible.) Tour length: 75 minutes. 
Group number: 10-18. Advance notice of 3 weeks 
required. Translation services available with prior 
arrangement. Children under 12 not admitted. Con- 
tact Neelah Kershner. Phone: 419 259-7386. 



18 WTOL-TV, 604 Jackson Street. Television station. 
Tours Tuesday, 10 a.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 5-20. Advance notice required for reserva- 
tions. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Janet 
Vanell. Phone:419 244-7411. 



URBANA 

81 The Kirby Hatcheries, Inc., 1100 North Main 
Street. Chicken hatchery. Visitors see the complete 
process, including traying the eggs, putting the eggs 
in incubators, removing chicks from hatchers, grad- 
ing and shipping. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 5-20. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Children under 5 not admitted. Contact Mrs. Lillian 
Boystel. Phone: 513 653-7178. 



VAN WERT 
60 Central Mutual Insurance Company, 800 South 
Washington Street. Property and casualty insurance. 
Visitors observe typical U.S. property and casualty 
insurance operation, including computer operation, 
unique museum of early American fire-fighting 
equipment and original fire marks. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30-3:30 
p.m. Tour length: 30-60 minutes. Group number: 
5-20. Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact 
Wayne E. Page, Personnel Assistant. Phone: 419 
238-1010. 



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WAPAKONETA 

37 Fisher Cheese Company/Cheese Wedge, Wapak 
Fisher Road. Manufacturer of natural cheese and 
process cheese. Visitors see a slide presentation on 
cheese and the basic manufacturing operation. No 
tour is given of the plant. Slide presentation avail- 
able daily, by appointment; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Length: 
30 minutes. Group number: 40 maximum. Advance 
notice preferred. Contact Kathy Hunt. Phone: 419 
738-8941. 

68 The Wapakoneta Machine Company, North Street 
(P.O. Drawer 429). Manufacturer of straight and 
rotary shear knives, woodworking knives and hard- 
ened ways. Tour covers machining, heat-treating 
and grinding of full line of machine knives. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9-11 a.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 6 maximum. Written notice of 
6 weeks required. No cameras or sketches permit- 
ted. Contact Albert W. Winterman, Vice President, 
Sales. Phone:419 738-2131. 

WARREN 

7 GM Assembly Division, General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Lordstown Plant, P.O. Box 1406. GM automo- 
tive assembly — producing the Chevrolet Vega and 
Pontiac Astre. Visitors observe automobiles being 
assembled. Tours Monday through Friday. Tour 
length: 45-60 minutes. Group number: 36 maxi- 
mum. Written notice of 6 weeks required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 5 not 
admitted. Contact Mr. Ronald G. Norwood or the 
Tour Coordinator. Phone: 216 841-5210. 

WILLARD 

44 Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Cen- 
ter, "Muck Crops Branch." Research on all vegeta- 
ble crops on muck. Visitors see potato and celery 
varieties and herbicide, fungicide and insecticide 
testing. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours October through 
April. Advance notice required. Contact 
Ed Postema. Phone: 419 935-1201. 

WOOSTER 

33 International Paper Company, 689 Palmer Street. 
Manufacturer of corrugated containers. Visitors see 
paper converted into corrugated sheets; painting and 
cutting of sheets; stitching, taping or gluing of boxes 
and the boxes palletized and loaded on trucks. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Group number: 15 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 day required. Children must be 
accompanied by an adult. Contact Richard L. Ball, 
Personnel Manager. Phone: 216 264-1322. 



68 Regal Ware, Inc., 770 Spruce Street. Manufacturer 
of cooking utensils — pots and pans. Tour includes 
entire manufacturing and packing facilities. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9:15-10:15 a.m. and 1:15- 
2:15 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the first two 
weeks in July. Group number: 10-50. Written notice 
of 6 weeks required. No cameras or sketches permit- 
ted. Children under 16 and adults over 75 not 
admitted. Contact T. Gail Reigle, Office Manager. 
Phone:216 262-3015. 



YOUNGSTOWN 

94 American Paper Products Company, 8401 Southern 
Boulevard. Envelope manufacturer. Tour includes 
sheeter, die cutting, envelope machinery and ship- 
ping area. Tours Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 
3 p.m. Tour length: 15-20 minutes. No tours the last 
two weeks of July and December 23 through January 
3. Group number: 10 maximum. Written notice of 6 
weeks required. German translation available. Chil- 
dren under 18 not admitted. Contact 
Richard Hunsicker, Public Relations Department, or 
Paul Blum, Vice President Manufacturing. Phone: 
216 758-4545. 



56 U.S. Post Office & Court House, 9 West Front 
Street. Postal service. Visitors observe postal opera- 
tions, procedures and programs. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 10-30. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Contact Customer Services. Phone: 
216 746-8071. 



OKLAHOMA 

ANTLERS 

5 Peddlers II, 200 S.W. "C." Manufacturer of wom- 
en's clothing. Tour of cutting, sewing, pressing and 
shipping operations. Tours Monday through Friday, 
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. No tours the week of July 4 and 
Christmas week. Advance notice required. Children 
under 16 not admitted. Contact Mr. Mike 
Winningham, Plant Manager. Phone: 405 298-3334. 
ATOKA 
53 Ethan Allen Furniture Company, Inc., Atoka Divi- 
sion, Route 3, Box 425. Upholstered furniture 
distribution center for the southwest. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9-1 1:30 a.m. and 1:30-3 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. No tours the last week in June and 
the first week in July. Advance notice required. 
Contact Keith Sanders. Phone: 405 889-6601 . 



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DUNCAN 

75 Halliburton Services, 1015 Bois D'Arc. Oil. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 2 hours. Written notice of 6 weeks required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact Michelle Taylor. Phone: 
405 251-3192. 

75 Sun Oil Company, P.O. Box 820. Oil refining. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 2 hours. Written notice of 6 weeks 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 10 not admitted. Contact E.R. Mullins. 
Phone: 405 255-4400. 

EL RENO 

56 State Game Farm, Department of Wildlife Conser- 
vation, Box 121, Route 3. Game bird hatchery — 
exotic game bird and native animal exhibits includ- 
ing prairie dog towns. Visitors observe prairie dog 
towns, exotic game bird exhibits and native animal 
exhibits. From late February to mid-May, visitors 
can observe game birds hatching in incubators. 
Tours daily except holidays, 9-1 1 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. 
Tour length: 45-60 minutes. Advance notice re- 
quired for groups of more than 20 persons. Phone: 
405 262-2372. 

ENID 

93 Raleigh Industries of America, Inc., Enid Manufac- 
turing Plant, U.S. 64 and Raleigh Street (Route 5, 
Box 42- A). Bicycle assembly plant. Tour of assem- 
bly lines includes wheel-building, decoration and 
final assembly of high quality bicycles for distribu- 
tion to all parts of the United States. Tours Monday 
through Friday by appointment. Plant hours: 7:30 
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 minutes. 
Group number: 20 maximum. Written notice of 6 
weeks required. Contact Mrs. Nancy Davies or Mr. 
Ed Dewan. Phone: 405 233-6300. 

GUYMON 

102 Adams Hardfacing, 802 N.E. 6th. Manufacturer of 
hardfaced tools. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice 
required. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Don Adams. Phone: 405 338-3326. 

67 Swift & Company, Highway 54 East. Beef proces- 
sing. Tours Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice required. 
No cameras permitted. Children under 12 not admit- 
ted. Contact William C. Ozenberger. Phone: 405 
338-3311. 



63 Texas County Feed Yard, Highway 54 East. Feed- 
ing cattle for market. Tours Monday through Friday, 
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Advance notice required. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact E.R. Kimsey. 
Phone: 405 338-7714. 



HOMINY 

53 Leggett & Piatt, Inc., Highway 99 North. Manufac- 
turer of metal bed frames for all types of beds. Tour 
of the warehouse, shipping area, offices and then 
through the manufacturing process. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. No tours the last 
week of July and the first week of August. Advance 
notice required. Contact Ross Griffith, Plant Man- 
ager. Phone: 918 885-2137 or 918 885-4751. 



Munsingwear Factory, northwest of Hominy. Man- 
ufacturer of men's and women's lingerie. Tour 
includes offices, cafeteria and manufacturing and 
shipping areas. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. No tours the first two weeks of 
July. Advance notice required. Contact Larry 
Sowle, Plant Manager. Phone: 918 885-2013. 



HOOKER 

63 Master Feeders, Inc., Route 1. Feedlot (custom 
cattle feeding). Complete tour of cattle feeding 
facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice required. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Russell 
de Cordova, Manager. Phone: 405 652-2494. 



IDABEL 

50 Joplin Egg Processing Plant, 503 South Central. 
Visitors see the receiving, processing, cartoning and 
packing of eggs to be trucked to the Dallas-Ft. 
Worth, Texas area. Tours weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. Group number: 40 
maximum. Advance notice required. Contact Joe 
Joplin. Phone: 405 286-3387. 



Mc ALESTER 

10 Holsum Baking Company of Oklahoma, Inc., 106 
South 6th Street. Visitors observe production of 
bread and rolls. Tours daily except Tuesday, 1:30 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 30 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 3-4 days required. Contact 
J.O. Richardson, Plant Superintendent. Phone: 918 
423-2888. 



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OKLAHOMA CITY 

56 Federal Aviation Administration Aeronautical Cen- 
ter, 6500 South MacArthur. This is a technical 
training and research center for Federal Aviation 
Agency personnel. Tour of the FA A Academy 
shows classrooms and laboratories where training is 
given for air traffic controllers, airway facilities 
maintenance personnel and flight standards person- 
nel. It is preferred that tours be limited to people or 
groups with an aviation background due to the 
highly technical nature of the operations. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ad- 
vance notice required. Children under 14 not admit- 
ted. Contact Ed Green, Assistant Public Affairs 
Officer. Phone: 405 686-2562. 



18 KOCO-TV, N.W. 63rd and Portland, P.O. Box 
32325. Television station. Tour of business offices, 
news room, production and engineering facilities. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon 
and 1-5 p.m. Group number: 10-20. Advance notice 
of 1 week required. Contact John D. Harrison or 
Joyce Jackson. Phone: 405 848-331 1 . 



12 Oklahoma Coca-Cola Bottling Company, 600 North 
May Avenue. Soft drink manufacturer — Coca-Cola. 
Tours Wednesday, one tour in the morning and one 
in the afternoon. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 6-40. Advance notice required. No cameras 
or sketches permitted. Children under 6 not admit- 
ted. Contact the Personnel Office. Phone: 405 
943-8311, Ext. 257 or 260. 



PAULS VALLEY 

10 Fields, Inc., 1974 South Walnut. Bakery — pecan 
and German chocolate pies. Visitors see an automa- 
tic assembly line in production of pies, and an oven 
that bakes 2,500 pies per hour. Tours Tuesday, 11 
a.m. to 12 noon or 2-3 p.m. Tour length: 20 
minutes. No tours the first week in July and Christ- 
mas holidays. Group number: 15 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice required. Contact Julian Fields or Pasty 
Livingston. Phone: 405 238-2246. 



PERRY 

66 The Charles Machine Works, P.O. Box 66. Man- 
ufacturer of the Ditch Witch, a trenching machine. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the week of July 4. 
Group number: 40 maximum. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. No cameras permitted. Contact Mr. 
Gene Wood. Phone: 405 336-4404. 



SAPULPA 

17 Frankoma Pottery, Inc., 2400 Frankoma Road, P.O. 
Box 789. Ceramics — earthenware pottery, dinner- 
ware and artware. Visitors observe the manufactur- 
ing process from start to finish. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour length: 
20 minutes. No tours during July. Group number: 
8-25. Advance notice required. No sketches permit- 
ted. Contact Mr. Dave Ballard, Manager, Frankoma 
Retail Shop. Phone: 918 224-551 1 . 



56 United States Post Office, 320 Southwest Fifth. 
Postal service. Tour includes the post office work- 
room floor; dispatch and distribution of incoming 
and outgoing mail of all types. Tours available seven 
days a week, 24-hours a day. Tour length: 1-2 
hours. Advance notice required. Groups of children 
under 7 must be accompanied by adults. Contact 
Vicki DeMoss, Tour Superintendent's Office, or the 
Tour Superintendent. Phone: 405 231-4571. 



95 W & W Steel Company, 1730 West Reno. Steel 
fabrication. Tours Tuesday through Thursday, 9 
a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group 
number: 5-15. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Lonnie 
Selph, Personnel Manager & Safety Director. 
Phone: 405 235-3621. 



TONKAWA 

45 Wetmore, Inc., 210-12 South Main Street. Man- 
ufacturer of farm machinery — grinder mixers, grain 
buggies, wagon gear, hammermills. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. No tours July 1. Group number: 25 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice preferred. Contact Ruel Case, 
President. Phone: 405 628-251 1 . 



TULSA 

106 American Airlines, Inc., 3800 North Mingo Road. 
Guided tour of the hangar and shop. Tours Tuesday, 
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Group 
number: 10-50. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children must be 
accompanied by an adult. Contact the Manager, 
Administrative Services. Phone: 9 1 8 836-55 1 1 , Ext. 
3337. 



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87 Seiscor Division, Seismograph Service Corporation, 
6200 East 41st, P.O. Box 1590. Analytical instru- 
ments, subscriber carrier telephone equipment and 
supervisory control equipment. Tour includes the 
machine shops, electronic assembly, paint shop and 
plating facility. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Group number: 5-50 (10-persons 
per group). Advance notice of 1 week required. 
French and Spanish translation available. Children 
under 13 not admitted. Contact Carol Rorschach. 
Phone: 918 627-3330. 

75 Sun Oil Company, P.O. Box 2039. Crude oil 
refinery. A 15-minute orientation period is given 
covering the refining process, followed by a bus tour 
through the refinery with stops at the Wax Slabbing 
Unit and the Canning Plant. Tours Monday through 
Saturday; 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday through 
Friday, and 10 a.m. only on Saturday. Tour length: 
60-90 minutes. Advance notice required for groups 
of more than 10-persons. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Contact Mike Gilliard. Phone: 918 
586-7301. 

VALLIANT 

74 Weyerhaeuser Company, General Delivery. Pa- 
perboard production. Tours Monday through Friday, 
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Group 
number: 2-30. Advance notice of 3-4 days required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact Wanda Graham. Phone: 
405 933-7211. 

WAGONER 

40 Prestolite Electrical Division of Eltra, 300 S.E. 15th 
Street, P.O. Box 734. Manufacturer of small electric 
motors for recreation and automotive industries. A 
guided tour through the plant includes the various 
operations in the manufacture of parts and the 
assembling of the electric motors. Tours available 
with advance notice. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. 
Group number: 2-10. Written notice of 3 
weeks required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 18 not admitted. Contact Mr. Harold 
Martinson, Personnel Director. Phone: 918 
485-5572. 

OREGON 

ALBANY 

72 Democrat Herald. Group tours only. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. People interested in 
journalism are welcome any time. Student tours (5th 
grade or older) are at 1 p.m. or 1:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Phone: 503 926-221 1. 

48 Great Western Seed Company. Advance notice of 1 
day required. Phone: 503 926-2636. 



56 U.S. Bureau of Mines. Tours are offered on Wed- 
nesday. Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact 
Harland Jager. Phone: 503 926-581 1 . 

83 Van Dahl Publications. Tours preferred on Wednes- 
day and Thursday. Advance notice of 2 days re- 
quired. Phone: 503 928-3569. 

ASTORIA 

50 Bumble Bee Seafoods, Inc. Arrangements for tours 
must be made at the office. Summer months: 
8-1 1:15 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. Winter months: 9-1 1:15 
a.m. and 1-3 p.m. 

BANDON 

47 Oregon State Fish Hatchery at Bandon. Tours daily. 

BONNEVILLE 

38 Bonneville Lock and Dam. Tours by appointment 
only. Contact Don Lawrence. Phone: 503 374-8442, 
Ext. 247. 

BROOKINGS 

65 Brookings Plywood Corporation, 703 Chetco 
Boulevard (Office), Box 820. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 2 p.m. Visitors must check at the 
office before going to the plant. Phone: 503 
469-2127. 

48 Strahm's Lilies, Box 2216, Oceanview Drive, Har- 
bor, Oregon. (Drive to Harbor on Highway 101 and 
follow the signs to the colored lillies.) Visitors see 
over 300 varieties of lillies growing both indoors and 
outdoors. Tours from early morning to dark. Phone: 
503 469-3792. 

CLACKAMAS 

112 Safeway Distribution Center. Tours can be arranged 
at the Public Relations Office. Phone: 503 
232-2101, Ext. 222 or 257. 

DALLAS 

53 De Graff Church Furniture. Tours by arrangement at 
the office. 

65 Friesen Core Company. Wooden and paper cores. 
Tours by arrangement at the office. 

62 Muir & McDonald Tanners. Tours by arrangement 
at the office. 

65 Willamette Valley Lumber Company. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 1 p.m., by arrangement at the 
office. Children under 13 not admitted. 

EUGENE 

48 Chase Gardens. Tours for groups only by appoint- 
ment. No tours in May. Contact Mona Yates. 
Phone:503 485-1343. 

65 Weyerhaeuser Timber Company. Tours available 
from June to September 3, Monday through Friday, 
10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 



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FLORENCE 

65 Davidson Industries Sawmill. Tours available Mon- 
day through Friday. Advance notice required. 
Phone:503 997-2811. 

74 Gardiner Paper Mill. Tours Tuesday and Thursday, 
12:45 p.m. No cameras permitted. Children under 
12 not admitted. 

FOREST GROVE 

65 Forest Fiber Products Company. Hardboard. Tours 
by arrangement at the office. 

50 Gray and Company. Jams, syrups, toppings, etc. 
Tours June 1 to October 1, by arrangement at the 
Forest Grove Chamber of Commerce. 

65 Stimson Lumber Company. Tours by arrangement at 
the office. 

HALSEY 

23 American Can Company. Tours June 14 to Labor 
Day, Monday through Friday, 1 p.m. Tour length: 
90 minutes to 2 hours. Children under 12 not 
admitted. Contact the Receptionist. 

HILLSBORO 

95 Armco Steel Corporation. Tours by appointment 
only. Phone: 503 648-4123. 

83 Bank Printing Company. Tours by appointment 
only. Phone: 503 648-0505. 

41 Exact Electronics, Inc. Tours by appointment only. 
Phone:503 648-6661. 

79 Grant & Roth Plastics, Inc. Tours by appointment 
only. Phone: 503 648-2136. 

72 Hillsboro Argus. Tours by appointment only. 
Phone:503 648-1131. 

3 Hillsboro Aviation. Tours by appointment only. 
Phone:503 648-6631. 

79 Hillsboro Plastic Products, Inc. Tours by appoint- 
ment only. Phone: 503 648-9012. 

67 Kummer Meat Company. Tours by appointment 
only. Phone: 503 648-4104. 

Ill Oak Knoll Winery, Inc. Tours by appointment only. 
Phone:503 648-8198. 

71 Rodgers Organ Company. Tours by appointment 
only. Phone:503 648-4181. 

HOOD RIVER 

50 Diamond Fruit Growers, Inc., 1 1 — 3rd Street. Fruit 
processors — canning and packing. Tours available 
at harvest time, Wednesday or Thursday, 10 a.m. to 
3 p.m. Phone: 503 386-3111. 



39 Hood River Distillers, Port Suite No. 2. Bottling of 
distilled spirits. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 3 p. m. (No tours during the lunch hour.) 
Phone: 503 386-1588. 

5 Jantzen, Inc., 550 Riverside Drive. Garment 
manufacturing — ladies' sportswear. Advance notice 
of 1 day required. Phone: 503 386-1 122. 

65 Krieg Millwork, Inc., Route 4, Frankton Road, Box 
1340. Manufacturers of molding, kiln dried lumber 
and cabinets. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. 
to 4 p.m. Phone: 503 386-2929. 

Ill Mt. Hood Winery, Route 1, Woodworth Road, 
Parkdale, Oregon (Box 133). Farm winery. Tours 
Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Phone: 
305 352-3645. 

KLAMATH FALLS 

65 Weyerhaeuser Company. Two tours each weekday 
during the summer, 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. 

LAKEVIEW 

65 Fremont Sawmill Company. Tours Thursday, 8 
a.m. to 5 p.m., by arrangement at the Lakeview 
Chamber of Commerce. 

65 Lakeview Lumber Products Company. Tours Wed- 
nesday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., by arrangement at the 
Lakeview Chamber of Commerce. 

LEBANON 

74 Crown Zellerbach. Paper mill. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9-1 1 a.m. and 1-3 p.m., preferably 
by appointment. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Children under 7 not admitted. 

47 Salmon Hatchery, Oregon State Fish Commission, 
Foster, Oregon. Tours any time during the day. 
Group tours by appointment. 

65 U.S. Plywood. Tours Tuesday and Thursday, 9a.m. 
and 1:15 p.m., by appointment only. Group number: 
5 maximum. Children under 12 not admitted. 

Mc MINNVILLE 

10 Archway Cookie Company. Tours Monday and 
Friday, by appointment only. Phone: 503 472-5145. 

37 Darigold Milk Farms. Tours Tuesday and Friday, 
10:30 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-3 p.m. Phone: 503 

472-2157. 

50 Diane Foods. Tours Monday through Friday, by 
appointment only. Phone: 503 472-3212. 

105 Neonex Trailers. Tours Monday through Friday, by 
appointment only. Phone: 503 472-4601. 



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65 U.S. Plywood (Willamina). Tours Monday through 
Friday, by appointment only. Group number: 25 
maximum. Advance notice of I day required for 
groups under 12; advance notice of I week required 
for groups of 12 or more. Children under 6 not 
admitted. Phone: 503 876-2042. 

MEDFORD 

74 Boise Cascade. Tours available weekdays, by ap- 
pointment only. Phone: 503 776-6666. 

MILL CITY 

38 Detroit Dam. Visitor's building open daily during 
daylight hours. Powerhouse open Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. For group tours contact the 
Project Engineer, Mid-Willamette Valley Projects 
Office, General Delivery, Foster, Oregon 97345. 
Phone: 503 368-5124. 

MILWAUKIE 

94 Mail-Well Envelope Company. Tours by arrange- 
ment at the office. 

102 P & C Tool Company. Tours by arrangement at the 
office. 

99 Pendleton Woolen Mills. Tours by arrangement at 
the Main Office in Portland. Milwaukie weaving 
plant: 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Milwaukie garment 
factory: 1 p.m. only. Phone: 503 654-7777. 

NEWPORT 

74 Georgia Pacific Paper Mill (Toledo). Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10:15 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. Children 
under 12 not admitted. 

ONTARIO 

48 Andrews Seed Company. Tours by arrangement at 
the office. 

65 Laminated Wood Products, Inc. Tours by arrange- 
ment at the office. 

50 Ore-Ida Foods, Inc. Group tours by prior arrange- 
ments. 

OREGON CITY 

74 Publishers Paper Mill. Pulp and paper mill. Tours 
Wednesday, 2 p.m. Reservations required for large 
groups. Children under 12 not admitted. 

PENDLETON 

65 Harris Pine Mills. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 
a.m. and 3 p.m. 

99 Pendleton Woolen Mills. Tours year-round, Mon- 
day through Friday, 8:15, 9:15, 10:15, 11:15 a.m. 
and 1, 2, and 3 p.m. Large groups by appointment 
only. 

PILOT ROCK 

65 Georgia-Pacific Pine Mills Company. Tours by 
arrangement at the office. 



PORTLAND 

36 Alpenrose Dairy. General tours anytime. Phone: 503 
244-1133. 

72 Daily Journal of Commerce. Printing industry. 
Tours 10-11 a.m. or 2-3 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Advance notice of 3 days required. Contact 
Mr. Emerson. Phone: 503 226-131 1. 

86 Fire Boats Orientation Program (not boat rides). 
Tours Monday through Friday, 1-4 p.m. Tour 
length: 30-45 minutes. Advance notice required. 
Children under 12 and senior citizens not admitted. 
Phone: 503 232-8135. 

92 Goodwill Industries. Tours Monday through Friday, 
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Advance 
notice required. Contact the Public Relations De- 
partment. Phone: 503 238-6133. 

105 Hyster Company. Lift trucks. Tours Monday 
through Friday. Tour length: 1-3 hours. Education 
groups only. Advance notice required. Contact Mr. 
Stanton. Phone: 503 280-7654. 

5 Jantzen, Inc. Sportswear. Tours Tuesday and Wed- 
nesday, 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 90 
minutes. No tours in August. Group number: 6-25. 
Advance notice required for reservations. Children 
under 13 not admitted. Phone: 503 238-5340. 

90 Llyod Center. Tours daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 40 minutes. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Public Relations. Phone: 503 283-251 1. 

94 Mail-Well Envelope Company. Tours Monday 
through Friday. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 
5 minimum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Children under 16 not admitted. Contact Mr. 
Clover. Phone: 503 654-3141. 

44 Mayflower Farms. Tours Monday and Tuesday, 
9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. 
Group number: 10 minimum. Advance notice re- 
quired. Children under 6 not admitted. Contact Miss 
Selma Henrickson. Phone: 503 234-8292, Ext. 284. 

50 Nabisco. Tours by appointment, October 1 to May 
31, Tuesday and Thursday, 1:15 p.m. Tour length: 
90 minutes. Advance notice and confirmation re- 
quired. Children under 10 not admitted. Contact 
Mrs. Fatheree. Phone: 503 285-2571 . 

72 Oregoniun Newspaper, Oregon Journal. Tours 
Monday and Thursday. Tour length: 90 minutes. 
Group number: 30 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired. Children under 15 not admitted. Phone: 503 
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55 Owens-Illinois. Glass containers. Professional 
groups only. Tour length: 2 hours. Advance notice 
of 2 weeks required. Contact the Personnel Office. 
Phone:503 254-7331. 

99 Pendleton Woolen Mills, Washougal, Washington. 
Retail outlet. Tours Monday and Friday, 10 a.m. 
and 2 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 20 
maximum. Advance notice required. Phone: 503 
226-4801. Milwaukie Plant — men's garment fac- 
tory. Tours at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. Advance notice not required. 

88 Port of Portland. Airport. Tour length: 30-60 min- 
utes. Group number: 30 maximum. Prepared for 
tours on little notice during summer months. Ad- 
vance notice required during winter months. Contact 
the Airport Hostess. Phone: 503 233-8331, Ext. 
345. 

12 Portland Bottling Company. Tours Monday through 
Friday. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 12 
minimum. Advance notice required. Children under 
5 not admitted. Contact Mrs. Stone between 8 and 9 
a.m. Phone: 503 235-6623. 

83 Publisher's Paper Company. Tours Wednesday, 2 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance reservation 
required for large groups. Children under 12 not 
admitted. Phone: 503 656-521 1 . 

36 Sunshine Dairy, Inc. Tours Tuesday and Friday, 10 
a.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Children under 8 not admitted. 
Contact Mr. Larson. Phone: 503 234-7526. 

41 Tektronix, Inc. Oscilloscopes, cathode ray tubes. 
Tours Monday through Friday on request. Tour 
length: 1-3 hours. Prefer industry or science- 
oriented students. Advance notice required. Chil- 
dren under 15 not admitted. Contact Tom Williams. 
Phone: 503 644-0161, Ext. 7151. 

5 White Stag Manufacturing Company. Tours Mon- 
day through Thursday, 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 10 
minimum. Advance notice required. Phone: 503 
777-1711. 

PORT ORFORD 

65 Rogge Lumber Company. Tours by arrangement at 
the office. 

65 Western States Plywood. Tours by arrangement at 
the office. 

PRINEVILLE 

65 Clear Pine Moulding. Check at the office for tours. 
Phone: 503 447-4195. 



65 Ochoco Lumber Company. Lumber mill. Arrange 
for a tour a few hours in advance. Phone: 503 
447-6296. 

65 Pine Products Lumber Company. Arrange for a tour 
a few hours in advance. Phone: 503 447-6212. 

REDMOND 

86 Redmond Air Center (Smoke Jumpers), U.S. Forest 
Service. Tours on weekdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 
year-round. Tours at other hours by special ar- 
rangement. 

ROSEBURG 

111 Bjelland Vineyard. Samples and tours Saturday and 
Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Phone: 503 679-6950. 

Ill Hillcrest Vineyard. Tours daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Tour includes wine tasting. Groups by appointment. 
Phone: 503 673-3709. 

RUFUS 

38 John Day Lock & Dam. Open daily during daylight 
hours. For group tours contact the Project Engineer, 
The Dalles- John Day Project, P.O. Box 564, The 
Dalles, Oregon 97058. Phone: 503 739-2518. 

ST. HELENS 

74 Boise Cascade Corporation. Pulp and paper mill. 
Tours weekdays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Arrangements 
must be made at the Personnel Office. Children 
under 12 not admitted. 

65 Boise Cascade Lumber Company. Tours by ar- 
rangement at the office only. 

65 Crown Zellerbach Northwest Lumber. Tours by 
arrangement at the office only. 

65 Kaiser Gypsum Insulated Board. Tours by arrange- 
ment at the office only. 

SALEM 

65 Boise Cascade Corporation. Paper mill. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 2 p.m. Summer extended tours 
10 a.m. and 3:15 p.m. Children under 12 not 
admitted. 

Ill Honeywood Winery. Tours Monday through Thurs- 
day, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Friday at 3:30 p.m. and 
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tours by appointment 
only. 

48 Oregon Filbert Growers. Tours by arrangement at 
the office only. Advance notice required. Phone: 
503 363-1655. 

48 Oregon Fruit Products Company. Tours by ar- 
rangement at the office. Advance notice required. 
Phone:503 581-6211. 

12 Seven-Up Bottling Company. Tours by arrangement 
at the office only. Phone: 503 585-2822. 



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SPRINGFIELD 

65 Weyerhauser Company. Complete tour of wood 
products plant. Tours June through August, week- 
days at 10 a.m. Tour length: 2 hours and 30 minutes. 
(Subject to change.) 

SWEET HOME 

38 Green Peter and Foster Dams. U.S. Corps of En- 
gineers. Tours by arrangement at the office. Phone: 
503 367-5124. 

41 White's Electronics. Tours Monday through Friday, 
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

65 Willamette Industries, Inc. Sawmill and plywood. 
Tours by reservation only. 

THE DALLES 

108 Celilo Converter Station. Open daily during daylight 

hours. Group tours by reservation only. 
38 The Dalles Dam. Summer hours are 10 a.m. to 6 

p.m. daily. A small train accompanied by guides 

travels to the dam and powerhouse. 

TILLAMOOK 
36 Tillamook County Creamery Association. Open 

daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

UMATILLA 
38 McNary Dam and Lock. Open daily during daylight 

hours. For group tours contact the Project Engineer. 

Phone:503 922-3211. 

WEST LINN 
65 Crown Zellerbach Corporation. Tours Tuesday 

through Friday, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Children under 

12 not admitted. 
88 Willamette Falls Ship Locks. Tours by arrangement 

at the office. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

AUSTIN 

68 Emporium Specialties Company, Inc. , Foster Street. 
Manufacturer of cold-headed wire forms, metal 
stampings, sintered metal parts, glass-working bur- 
ners and hand tools. Tour of each department, 
including an explanation of the type of products, 
market and basic method of manufacturing. Tours 
Monday through Thursday, 9-11 a.m. and 1-2 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the last two weeks of 
July. Group number: 10 maximum. Written notice 
of 30 days required. No cameras or sketches permit- 
ted. Contact J. A. Newton. Phone: 814 647-8661. 
BALA-CYNWYD 

87 SFB Products, 221 Rock Hill Road. Manufacturer of 
special instruments and aids for the blind and visu- 
ally limited. Tours available by appointment. Group 
number: 5 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
preferred. Children under 10 must be accompanied 
by an adult. Contact Mrs. Etta Lerman. Phone: 215 
664-9429. 



BEDFORD 

79 Creative Pultrusions, Inc., 233 North Street. Man- 
ufacturer of reinforced fiberglass. Visitors see the 
manufacturing of fiberglass products by pultrusion 
and hand lay-up processes. Tours available by ap- 
pointment. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 1 
month required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children not admitted. Contact Ms. Joy A. Sweet. 
Phone:814 623-1197. 

BELLEFONTE 

41 Linden Laboratories, Inc., Township Route 430, 
R.D. No. 2. Manufacturer of piezoceramics and 
transducers. Tour includes the office, laboratory 
area, piezoceramic area and transducer area, with a 
demonstration of the products. Tours weekdays, 
except Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 
minutes. Group number: 12 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Contact J.W. Anderson, President, or 
P. A. Rishel, Vice President. Phone: 814 355-5491. 

BETHLEHEM 

5 Forte Sportswear, Inc. , East Fifth & William Street. 
Sportswear manufacturer. Tour includes all phases 
of garment manufacturing, from the cutting room to 
the packing department. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 45-60 min- 
utes. No tours the first two weeks in July. Advance 
notice of 3 days required. Spanish translation avail- 
able. Contact Miss Sandy Wise, Secretary. Phone: 
215 865-0450. 

BIRCHRUNVILLE 

111 Conestoga Vineyards, Inc., Flowing Springs Road. 
Vineyards and winery. Tour of vineyards and win- 
ery, along with a tasting of various wines at various 
stages of production. Tours Saturday only, except 
by special request, 12 noon to 5 p.m. Tour length: 
30 minutes. Advance notice required for tours other 
than Saturday. Translation services available for 
French, Italian, Spanish and some Arabic. Children 
must be accompanied by an adult. Contact Patricia 
Fondots, Manager. Phone: 215 822-0795. 

BRADFORD 

41 Pensilco Corporation, One Silicon Way. Manufac- 
turer of electronic silicon crystal slices. Visitors see 
crystal growing, slicing, centerless grinding and 
polishing operations. Tours weekdays, 9 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 5-25. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Dutch, German 
and Italian translation available. No sketches permit- 
ted. Children not admitted. Contact Cornells J. 
Heinink, President. Phone: 814 362-3586. 



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BROCKWAY 

68 Brockway Pressed Metals, Inc., 921 Clark Street. 
Fabricator of powder metal parts. Tour includes the 
production facilities and research and development 
areas. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 5-15. 
Advance notice of 10 days required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact J. Allen Curry. Phone: 
814 268-3455. 

BROOKVILLE 

65 Matson Lumber Company, 132 Main Street, P.O. 
Box L. Manufacturer of hardwood lumber. Tour 
includes sawmill, logging operation and dry kilns. 
Tours available daily with advance notice, 8 a.m. to 
5 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 
several days required. Contact Robert D. Matson, 
President. Phone: 814 849-5334. 

CHADDS FORD 

87 Spitz Space Systems, Inc., Route 1, south of Route 
202 intersection. Manufacturer of major simulator 
equipment for domed space theaters. Tour includes a 
visit to a small planetarium classroom, tour of the 
manufacturing plant and demonstration of the Space 
Simulator. Tours available with advance notice, 9 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Group number: 12 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice of 1-7 days required. Contact Herbert 
N. Williams, Director, Special Projects. Phone: 215 
459-5200. 

CHAMBERSBURG 

109 Hennessy Vendwell, 910 Progress Road. Vending 
machines manufacturer. Tours Monday through 
Thursday, 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 4 maximum. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children not admitted. Contact Frank Levine, Vice 
President. Phone: 717 264-7146. 

20 Northern Homes of Pennsylvania, Inc., Route 2, 
P.O. Box 515. Manufacturer of custom-paneled, 
factory-built houses. Tours Tuesday through Thurs- 
day, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 15-25. Advance notice required. 
Contact Kenneth H. Wells. Phone: 717 264-5132. 

CLARION 

20 Bendix Home Systems, Inc., P.O. Box 349. Mobile 
homes manufacturer. Tours Monday through Friday 
by appointment. Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours 
the first week in December. Group number: 25 
maximum. Advance notice required. No sketches 
permitted. Children under 18 not admitted. Contact 
Art Warner, General Manager. Phone: 814 
226-9210. 



CONNELLSVILLE 

5 Connellsville Sportswear, 2 First Street. Clothing 
manufacturer. Tours Monday, Wednesday and Fri- 
day, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. No 
tours first two weeks of July and one week at 
Christmas. Group number: 3-8. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. Translation services available. Con- 
tact Ralph Farrell. Phone: 412 628-2100. 



CORNVVELLS HEIGHTS 

99 Eddington Thread Manufacturing Company, 3222 
Knights Road. Manufacturer of sewing thread. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Advance notice required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Contact Martin Tannenbaum. Phone: 215 
639-8900. 



CORRY 

95 Mclnnes Steel Company, 441 East Main Street. 
Manufacturer of steel forgings. Visitors see forging, 
machining, heat-treating and testing in the manufac- 
turing of open die steel forgings. Tours available 
with advance notice; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 2 
hours. No tours the last week of July and first week 
of August. Group number: 6 maximum. Advance 
notice of 5 days required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children not admitted. Phone: 814 
665-8251. 



ELIZABETHTOWN 

50 Baum's Bologna, Inc., P.O. Box 407. Manufacturer 
of Lebanon and sweet bologna. Visitors see a slide 
presentation, followed by a guided tour of the plant, 
question-and-answer period and sampling of prod- 
uct. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 45 minutes. Advance notice preferred. 
Contact Carl E. Gerlach, Sales Manager. Phone: 
717 367-1552. 



EMPORIUM 

40 Tau Electronic Products, Inc., Keystone Park. Man- 
ufacturer of electroluminescent lamps, readouts, 
panels and display devices. Plant visit will include 
demonstration of products and tour of manufacturing 
facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours the last two 
weeks of July. Group number: 10 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice of 2-3 weeks required. Children under 
16 not admitted. Contact M.D. Emmett, J.G. Ryan, 
Jr., or F.J. Roberto. Phone: 814 483-3356. 



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ERIE 

102 Ber-Lo Manufacturing Company, 2345 Warfel Av- 
enue. Manufacturer of screw machine products, 
coning, threading tools, valve packing extractors, 
tubing and nipples. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 12 noon and 1-5 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 5-15. Advance notice of 10 
days required. Contact Gary L. Smith or Bernard J. 
Bucceri. Phone: 814 459-2785. 

16 The Erie Brewing Company, 2131 State Street. 
Brewery. Tour includes brewing, bottling and rack- 
ing departments, and also other areas such as engine 
rooms, tunnels, meter, storage tanks, etc. Tour is 
concluded with a brief visit to the Rathskellar for a 
sampling of the product. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 10 a.m. and 1:30 and 3 p.m. Tour length: 
60-90 minutes. Group number: 20 maximum. Chil- 
dren must be accompanied by an adult. Contact Mr. 
H. Vincent Mays, Office Manager. Phone: 814 
455-907 1 . 

FAIRLESS HILLS 

102 Kras Corporation, 99 Newbold Road. Precision tool 
and die & mold manufacturer. An orientation period 
is followed by a tour of the engineering and man- 
ufacturing facilities and quality control laboratory. 
Tours Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 15 maximum. 
German and Portuguese translation available. Con- 
tact Lawrence L. Plummer, President. Phone: 215 
946-8180. 

FOGELSVILLE 

16 The F. & M. Schaefer Brewing Company, U.S. 22 
and Route 100 (mailing address, P.O. Box 2568, 
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18001). Brewery. Visitors 
see the beer producing facility, with sampling of 
beer in the Stein Room. Public tours Tuesday 
through Saturday; May 31 through Labor Day, 10 
a.m. to 3 p.m. and after Labor Day to May 31, 1-3 
p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Children must be 
accompanied by an adult. Phone: 215 395-6811. 

FRANKLIN 

79 Johns-Manville Sales Corporation, 315 Grant Street. 
Plastic extrusion of PVC plastic pipe and pipe 
accessories. Tours available with advance reserva- 
tions. Tour length: 75 minutes. Group number: 10 
maximum. Advance notice of 8 weeks required; 
visits restricted to certain areas. Each visit must be 
approved by Johns-Manville Corporation, Denver, 
Colorado. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren and persons requiring special supervision are 
not admitted. Contact D.W. Andrews, Plant Man- 
ager. Phone: 814 432-2166. 



FREDERICKSBURG 

81 Grimes Poultry Processing Corporation, U.S. 22 
and PA. 343. Poultry processing. Visitors observe 
the complete processing procedures from receiving 
to shipping. Tours Monday through Thursday, 9-1 1 
a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 30 maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Translation available for French, German, 
Slavic, Spanish and Vietnamese. Contact 
Clarence F. Patteson, Personnel Director. Phone: 
717 865-2153, Ext. 42. 



HERSHEY 

32 Hershey's Chocolate World, 19 East Chocolate 
Avenue. Chocolate confectionery. Visitors enjoy a 
unique, automated ride through a simulated world of 
chocolate. Tours Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. and Sunday, 12 noon to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 10 minutes. Contact John Brontsema, Man- 
ager. Phone: 717 534-4912. 



HOMER CITY 

68 Star Manufacturing Company, Lucerne Mines. Fab- 
rication of metal buildings and metal building sys- 
tems. Tour of plant shows metal building compo- 
nents being fabricated, including shearing, welding, 
painting, roll forming, packaging and shipping. 
Tours Tuesday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 2-5. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. Children not admitted. 
Contact Mr. Courtney Shenkle, Plant Manager. 
Phone:412 479-9072. 



INDIANA 

45 Beckwith Machinery, South 13th Street. Remodel- 
ing and repairing diesel engines. Visitors see en- 
gines, torque convertors and transmissions being 
taken apart and put back together. Tours Monday 
through Friday, by arrangement only, 8 a.m. to 4:30 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 10 
maximum. Advance notice required. Sketches not 
permitted. Contact Mr. Jim Woodle. Phone: 412 
463-8743. 



85 McCreary Tire & Rubber Company, McCreary 
Road. Tire manufacturer. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. 
No tours Thanksgiving week. Advance notice of 4-6 
weeks required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Mr. 
Edward Yakelis. Phone: 412 357-6600. 



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JOHNSTOWN 

82 Pennsylvania Electric Company, 1001 Broad Street. 
Electric utility. Visitors tour the generating 
facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
2:30 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Group number: 
40 maximum. Advance notice of 3 weeks required. 
Advance clearance required for schedulings; visits 
are restricted to certain areas. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 14 not admitted. 
Contact R. A. Low. Phone: 814 536-6611, Ext. 450. 



LUCERNE MINES 

21 Star Manufacturing, Inc., Lucerne Road. Metal 
buildings manufacturer. Orientation is followed by a 
complete tour of the plant. Tours Monday thorugh 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. 
Advance notice of 6 weeks required. Tours are 
restricted to certain areas. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 16 not admitted. No 
wheelchairs permitted. Contact Mr. Cartney 
Shankle. Phone: 412 479-9071. 



LATROBE 

55 Mayflower Glass Factory, U.S. Route 30. Glass 
manufacturer — art glass and decorative accessories. 
Visitors see how glass is made from raw 
materials — handblown and handworked. Tours 
available with advance notice. Tour length: 20-25 
minutes. No tours during July. Group number: 25 
maximum. Advance notice of 3 weeks required. 
Translation available for Croatian, Polish, Spanish 
and Yugoslavian. Contact Mr. Prindle. Phone: 412 
539-8508. 



MARS 

91 James Austin Company, Valencia Road. Manufac- 
turer of bleaches and cleaning products. An intro- 
duction is followed by a complete tour of the 
bottle-making facility, waste disposal and bleach- 
making facility, bottling department, warehouse and 
question-and-answer session. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 
minutes. Advance notice of 1 week preferred. Con- 
tact William Shott. Phone: 412 625-1535. 



LEWISTOWN 

20 Marlette Homes, Inc., P.O. 712. Manufacturer of 
mobile homes and prebuilt housing. Tour includes 
assembly line and display homes. Tours Monday 
through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. No tours the week of July 4. Group number: 
30 maximum. Advance notice required. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact Jack McCurry. 
Phone:717 248-3947. 

LITITZ 

113 Garden Spot Badge Company, Inc., 24 East Woods 
Drive. Manufacturer of award ribbons. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-5 p.m. 
Tour length: 30-60 minutes. Group number: 10 
maximum. Advance notice required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Small children must be accom- 
panied by an adult. Contact Mr. Oren F. 
Spangenburg. Phone: 717 626-2025. 

LOCK HAVEN 

3 Piper Aircraft Corporation, 820 East Bald Eagle 
Street. Manufacturer of aircraft and airplane parts. 
Tour includes assembly line — from start to finish. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 1 1 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the last week in July 
and first week in August. Group number: 15 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice required. French, German 
and Spanish translation available. Contact 
Gary Lininger, Customer Relations Representative 
and Tour Guide. Phone: 717 748-6711. 



MEADOW LANDS 

30 RCA Corporation. Manufacturer of mobile 
communications — car radios, portable radios and 
base stations. Visitors view all aspects of manufac- 
turing mobile communications products, including 
the portable units. Tours Tuesday through Thursday, 
9:30 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 2 hours. No tours 
during July. Group number: 6 maximum. Advance 
notice of 6 weeks required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Contact Mr. Ray Hamblett, Manager 
International Sales. Phone: 412 228-6385. 



MEDIA 

70 The Franklin Mint, Inc., Baltimore Pike (south of 
- Media). Commemorative coins, medals, etc. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Advance notice required for 
groups. Translation services available. No sketches 
permitted. Contact the Franklin Mint Tour Office, 
Franklin Center, Pennsylvania 19063. Phone: 215 
459-6168. 



MILESBURG 

20 Ridge Homes, Old Curtin Road. Precut housing 
manufacturer. Tour includes the manufacturing and 
loading departments of precut housing plant. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour 
length: 90 minutes. Group number: 5-25. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. Contact Randy Sibert or 
Carroll Justice. Phone: 814 355-1561. 



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Mt. PLEASANT 

55 L. E. Smith Glass Company, Route 31. Hand-made 
pressed glass antique reproductions. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9:30-10:45 a.m. and 12 noon to 
3:20 p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. No tours the first 
two weeks in July. Group number: 12 maximum. 
(Reservations required for a group of 12 or more.) 
Tour is not recommended for young children. Con- 
tact the Sales Room. Phone: 412 547-3544. 

MURRYSVILLE 

68 Asbury Industries, Inc., 4351 Wm. Penn Highway. 
Steel plate fabrication, attachments for construction 
machinery — buckets, dozer blades. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Contact Terry Bach. Phone: 412 327-3500. 

MYERSTOWN 

62 Myerstown Hide & Tallow Company, Route 501 
South. Visitors observe hides being salted and 
prepared for shipment; tallow and crackling. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Group 
number: 50 maximum. Advance notice of 2 days 
required. Children under 16 must be accompanied 
by an adult. Contact Max D. Freedson. Phone: 717 
866-2187. 

NEW ALEXANDRIA 

31 Ramaley Equipment & Supply Company, Route 22. 
Manufacturer of premixed concrete. Tour of pre- 
mixed concrete operation and batch plant. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Advance 
notice of 1 day required. Contact 
Chalmers B. Ramaley, President. Phone: 412 
668-2216. 

NEW CASTLE 

67 Castle Brand, Inc., Hobart & Mahoning Avenue. 
Manufacturers of processed meats — sausage, wein- 
ers, bologna, smoked hams. Visitors tour the entire 
plant, including coolers, kitchen and smoke depart- 
ment, and have an opportunity to sample three 
different lunch meats. Tours by appointment. Tour 
length: 30-60 minutes. Group number: 40 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 1 week required. Groups of 
children must be accompanied by sufficient number 
of adults for supervision. Contact Mary Swanson. 
Phone:412 658-7721. 



32 Sotus Candy Factory, 224 West Youngstown Road. 
Candy-making. Tours Monday through Saturday, 10 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 45-60 minutes. Advance 
notice of 1-2 weeks required. Contact Mrs. 
Reid Shiner. Phone: 412 652-3831. 



50 Waldman Meats, 809 Sampson Street (Route 422 
West). Manufacturer of processed meat and 
restaurant-type foods. Visitors see how beef, pork, 
veal, poultry and restaurant-type foods are proces- 
sed. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 20 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 13 
not admitted. Contact Mr. Martin Waldman or 
Bruce Waldman. Phone: 412 658-7788. 

NEW HOLLAND 

45 Sperry New Holland, Franklin and Roberts Avenue. 
Manufacturer of farm equipment — hay balers, hay 
mower-conditioners and feed grinder-mixers. Plant 
tours originate at Company's new farm history 
museum. Personal transportation needed for plant 
tour which takes visitors through steel receiving, 
press and shear operations, parts machining, assem- 
bly lines, painting, finishing and quality control 
areas. Tours Monday through Friday, from June 
through September, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and from 
October through May, 12 noon to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 80 minutes (includes 20 minutes for farm 
museum visit). Advance notice required for groups 
of more than 10. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Mrs. 
Constance Kennedy, Visitor Relations Coordinator. 
Phone: 717 354-1100. 

NEW HOPE 

111 Bucks Country Vineyards, Inc., U.S. Route 202 
(R.D. 1). Guided tour of cellar includes tasting of 
wines. Visitors are also invited to see the museum 
on the premises. Tours Monday through Saturday, 
11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group 
number: 10-50. Advance notice preferred. Contact 
Debra Gerold. Phone: 215 794-7449. 
NEWMANSTOWN 
53 Kountry Kraft Kitchens. Visitors observe the man- 
ufacturing of kitchen cabinets and office furniture in 
all phases of the operation, and the showroom 
facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, Saturday 
by special appointment, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Group number: 10-40. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. Contact Mr. Ralph 
Bashore or Mr. Elvin Hurst. Phone: 215 589-4575. 
NORTH EAST 

111 Penn-Shore Vineyards, Inc., 10225 East Lake 
Road. Producer of table wines and champagnes. 
Tour of entire winery and tasting of wines. Tours 
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tour 
length: 20 minutes, plus time to sample nine table 
wines. Group number: 45 maximum. Advance 
notice preferred. Contact Mrs. Joan G. Behnken, 
Office Secretary. Phone: 814 725-9422. 



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OLD FORGE 

113 Garlet Company Union Environmental, Division of 
Union Corporation, 401 Bridge Street. Manufac- 
turer of waste-handling equipment and metal light 
poles. Tour of manufacturing facilities where paper 
balers, vertical and horizontal compactors and front 
end loaders are built. Tours Monday through Wed- 
nesday, 1-3 p.m. (morning hours by special ar- 
rangement). Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours the 
last two weeks in July. Group number: 2-10. Ad- 
vance notice required. Contact H.R. D'Amato, Pres- 
ident. Phone:717 457-7426. 

PALMYRA 

50 Palmyra Bologna Company, Inc., 230 North Col- 
lege Street. Manufacturers of "Seltzer Brand" 
Lebanon bologna. Visitors see the old, but active, 
towering wooden smoke houses and see how beef is 
processed into luncheon meat. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 20 
minutes. Group number: 15 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week required for reservations from 
September through May. Children under 12 must be 
accompanied by an adult. Contact Mrs. Helen Bell. 
Phone: 717 838-6336. 

PHILADELPHIA 

27 Alco Chemical Corporation, Trenton Avenue and 
William Street. Manufacturer of specialty 
chemicals — sodium polyacrylates, acrylic latex, 
polyacrylic acids, graft polymers. Tour includes 
reactors, blend equipment, monomer storage areas, 
special compounding areas, vertical and horizontal 
milling equipment, quality control laboratories and 
research and development laboratories. Tours week- 
days, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No 
tours the first two weeks in July and last week in 
December. Group number: 4 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1-2 days required, but 1 week preferred. 
Translation available for Spanish, German, Hunga- 
rian and Chinese (Mandarin). Children under 18 not 
admitted. Contact Marvin L. Arnold or George T. 
Hammond. Phone: 215 425-0621. 

72 The Evening and Sunday Bulletin, 30th and Market 
Streets. Newspaper. Visitors tour the press corridor 
with presses in operation, newsroom, composing 
room, paper storage, railroad siding, lower end of 
presses and stripping platform. Tours Monday 
through Saturday, 9, 10, 1 1 a.m. and 12 noon. Tour 
length: 45 minutes. Group number: 30 maximum. 
Advance reservations required for groups of 10 or 
more. Clearances required if visitors request to see 
areas other than usual tour. Contact the Community 
Relations Department. Phone: 215 662-7377. 



85 G. F. Goodman & Son, Inc., 4352 North American 
Street. Manufacturer of specialized cutters for rub- 
ber and hot melt adhesives. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9-11:30 a.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice of 6 
weeks required. Tour is restricted to certain areas. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
18 not admitted. Contact W.R. Rumble, President. 
Phone: 215 455-5006. 

76 Smith/Kline Corporation, 1500 Spring Garden 
Street. Pharmaceutical manufacturer. Tour includes 
research and development, and production facilities, 
with special emphasis on the development of new 
drug products from the beginning in research to the 
finished product. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 
a.m. or 2 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. No tours the 
last week in July and between Christmas and New 
Year's. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Trans- 
lation available for major world languages. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 16 
not admitted. Contact Mrs. Sharyn M. Arnold, 
Guest Relations Administrator. Phone: 215 
854-5167. 

70 United States Mint, 5th and Arch Streets. Minting of 
coins for circulation and commemorative medals as 
authorized by Congress. Audio-visual tour overlook- 
ing the production floor; tour of relic room and 
museum and a visit to the sales area. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 
1 hour. No tours the first two weeks in July. Contact 
Ms. Angela M. Zungolo or Mr. James Driscoll. 
Phone: 215 597-7053. 

PHILIPSBURG 

68 Ginter Welding, Inc., Route 53 South. Welding 
service and small manufacturing. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 2-10. Contact William C. 
Ginter, President, or Harold Knepp, Plant Foreman. 
Phone:814 342-4154. 

PITTSBURGH 

108 Allegheny County Sanitary Treatment Plant, 3300 
Preble Avenue. Waste water purification plant. Tour 
consists of a lecture on first and secondary treatment 
of waste water while visitors view a model of the 
plant, followed by a walking tour of the plant from 
beginning to end where visitors see such processes 
as sedimentation, preaeration, chlorination and in- 
cineration. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
5 p.m. Tour length: 1-3 hours. Group number: 40 
maximum. Written advance notice of 1 week re- 
quired. Small children must be accompanied by an 
adult. Contact Mr. George Brinsko, Plant Superin- 
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10 Braun Baking Company, 1700 Island Avenue. 
Bakery — bread, rolls, etc. Tour includes a general 
information session, tour through each production 
area from start to finish, a discussion period and 
tasting session. Tours weekdays, except Tuesday, 
by appointment. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours in 
weeks containing a holiday. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 7 and elderly persons not admitted. 
Contact Mrs. Nancy Corcoran. Phone: 412 
23 1 -2000. 

11 Equibank, N.A. Headquarters, Equibank Building, 
Oliver Plaza. Financial institution. Tour includes 
various departments of bank functions, such as 
computer operations, community banking, interna- 
tional operations, investments, etc. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 10-25. Advance notice of 1 
month required for reservations. Cameras and 
sketches allowed with special permission. Children 
under 15 not admitted. Contact the Communication 
Department. Phone: 412 288-5204. 

2 Equitable Gas - Energy Company, 1 1 1 South Com- 
mons Allegheny Center. Manufacturer of heating 
and cooling systems. Tours Monday through Friday, 
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. Group 
number: 15 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Children under 18 not admitted. Contact 
W.F. Goffe, Jr. Phone: 412 471-7600, Ext. 291. 

92 Goodwill Industries of Pittsburgh, 2600 East Carson 
Street. Rehabilitation and on-the-job training for 
physically, mentally, emotionally and socially hand- 
icapped persons. Guided tour shows testing and 
evaluation center using Singer System and training 
areas such as drycleaning, furniture repair, etc. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 100 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Children under 18 not admitted. Contact Ms. Metta 
Bland, Director of Special Services. Phone: 412 
481-9000. 



11 Mellon Bank, Mellon Square. Financial institution. 
Tour consists of the following departments: operat- 
ing retail, credit card, trust and international ex- 
change. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Group number: 
10-20. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Limited 
translation services available. Children under 16 not 
admitted. Contact the Public Relations Department. 
Phone:412 232-5383. 



18 Metropolitan Pittsburgh Public Broadcasting, 4802 
Fifth Avenue. Public television and radio. Visit 
includes studios, master control room, scene shop, 
printing shop and FM studio. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. 
Group number: 20 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
week required. French and German translation 
available. Children under 18 not admitted. Contact 
the Department of Special Events. Phone: 412 
683-1300. 

56 National Weather Service - National Oceanic & 
Atmospheric Administration, 2328 Federal Build- 
ing, 1000 Liberty Avenue. U.S. weather forecast- 
ing. Visitors see how weather is forecast in South- 
western Pennsylvania. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 5-15. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Paul F. Jacoby, Meteorologist. Phone: 412 
644-2881. 

16 Pittsburgh Brewing Company, 3340 Liberty Av- 
enue. Brewery. Tours by prior arrangement only. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 18 not admitted 
unless with a family group. Contact Mr. William 
Smith. Phone: 412 682-7400. 

11 Pittsburgh National Bank, Fifth and Wood Street. 
Financial institution. Tour includes bank offices, 
corporate headquarters, electronic and computerized 
banking. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact the Public Relations Department. Phone: 
412 355-2873. 

72 The Pittsburgh Press, 34 Boulevard of the Allies. 
Newspaper publication. Visitors tour the plant while 
five editions are being produced, starting at the 
newsroom and following it all the way to the 
pressroom. Tour includes composing and engraving. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Use of cameras 
and sketches restricted to certain areas. Contact 
Richard Macino, Public Service Director. Phone: 
412 263-1421. 

36 Turner Dairy Farm, 1049 Jefferson Road. Dairy — 
milk production. Visitors see a milking farm and 
some of the animals. Tours Monday through Friday, 
one tour a day at 9:30 a.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Contact Mr. 
Walt Chila, Office Manager. Phone: 412 242-1700. 



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56 United States Post Office, Main Post Office, Grant 
Street and Seventh Avenue. Postal service. Visitors 
see mail being processed from incoming to outgoing 
and how zip code works. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 1:30-3 p.m. Tour length: 25 minutes. No 
tours during December. Group number: 10-20. Ad- 
vance notice of 3 days required. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact the Communications and Pub- 
lic Affairs Department. Phone: 412 644-6465. 



SHARON 

68 General American Transportation Corporation, Box 
532. Heavy fabrication — railroad tank cars. Tours 
weekdays, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. 
Group number: 6 maximum. Advance notice of 30 
days required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
No children admitted. Contact W.C. Weaver, Man- 
ager of Manufacturing. Phone: 216 448-6801, Ext. 
333. 



POTTSTOWN 

42 Pollock Research & Design, Inc., Reading Crane & 
Engineering Company Division, 1200 High Street. 
Consulting and design engineers — special prototype 
material-handling equipment. Tour begins with a 
visit to the office for an orientation session, followed 
by a tour of the facilities. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8:15 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. Use of cameras and sketches by 
permission only. Contact Harold B. Federman, Pres- 
ident. Phone: 215 323-5450. 



PUNXSUTAWNEY 

68 Femco Machine Company, Route 436 South (R.D. 
4, Box 4- A). Visitors see various machines engaged 
in the repair of parts for mine-stripping equipment 
and valves for Navy submarines. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-3 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Contact Frank Amundson, Sr. Phone: 814 
938-9763. 



READING 

5 Wide Awake Shirt Company, 2047 Kutztown Road. 
Manufacturer of uniforms, career apparel, shirts and 
blouses for men and women. Tour includes the 
offices and production and shipping facilities. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. No tours 
for two weeks in early July and one week between 
Christmas and New Year's. Advance notice of 2 
weeks preferred. German and Spanish translation 
available. Contact Edmund A. Marcil, Director of 
Manufacturing. Phone: 215 921-0651. 



SHEFFIELD 

65 McMillen Lumber Company of Sheffield, Inc., 
McMillen Lumber Products Corporation, 203 Cen- 
ter Street. Lumber mill engaged in the manufacture 
of rough cut hardwood lumber, finished and 
semifinished dimension lumber, mouldings and 
machined parts. Tour includes drying kiln, sawmill 
operations and yard. Tours Monday through Friday, 
9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours 
the week of July 4. Group number: 5-20. Advance 
notice of 1 month required. Small children must be 
accompanied by an adult. Contact Paul H. Lindberg, 
Personnel Manager. Phone: 814 968-3241. 

STATE COLLEGE 

83 Himes Printing Company, 1015 Benner Pike. 
Newspaper and commercial printing. Tour includes 
photo-composition and traditional "hot metal" type 
setting, as well as offset and letter-press printing. 
Offset newspaper printing is generally restricted to 
after-midnight press runs. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 
minutes. Group number: 4-20. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Preschool children not admitted. 
Contact Blair M. Bice. Phone: 814 238-3071. 

87 Scientific Systems, Inc., 1120-1122 West College 
Avenue. Research, development and manufacturing 
of high pressure valves. Tours Monday through 
Saturday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. No tours the week of July 4. Group 
number: 5 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. No sketches permitted. Contact Andy 
Charney. Phone: 814 237-6265. 



SELLERSVILLE 

76 Lemmon Pharmacal Company, Cathill & Lonely 
Roads. Pharmaceutical manufacturer. Tours by ap- 
pointment only. Tour length: 1 hour. Tours re- 
stricted to visitors in the health care industry. Ad- 
vance notice of 2 weeks required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Robert T. DeMarco, President, Interna- 
tional Department. Phone: 215 723-5544. 



SUNBURY 

95 Paulsen Wire Rope Corporation, 880 South Second 
Street. Manufacturer of high carbon steel wire and 
wire rope. Walking tour of wire-drawing mill, wire 
rope mill and related offices. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes to 
2 hours. Advance notice required. Children under 16 
not admitted. Contact F.B. Paulsen, Jr. Phone: 717 
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TYRONE 

74 Westvaco Corporation, Pennsylvania Avenue. Paper 
manufacturer (reproducing papers). Tour includes 
the machine room where sheets of paper are formed 
and finishing room where the sheets are processed 
for shipment to customers. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 4-30. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact John H. Ketner, Personnel 
Manager. Phone: 814 684-1610. 

UNIONTOWN 

51 Rockwell International Corporation, P.O. Box 487 
(corner of Bailey and Gallatin Avenue). Bronze 
foundry. Visitors see the most complete cast bronze 
foundry in the United States. Tours by appointment 
only. Group number: 39 maximum. Advance notice 
of 2 weeks required. Translation services available. 
Cameras permitted in certain areas. Tours must be 
arranged through Mr. George Anderson, 400 
Lexington Avenue, Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania 
15221. Phone:412 247-3400. 
WARRINGTON 
113 Jomac, Inc., 863 Easton Road. Manufacturer of 
printing rollers for the graphic arts industry. Tour 
includes plant facilities and operations, followed by 
a discussion period. Tours Monday through Friday, 
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours 
the first two weeks in July. Advance notice required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact Mr. 
William S. Colehower, Vice President. Phone: 215 
343-0800. 
WEST MIFFLIN 
7 Fisher Body, General Motors, vicinity of Irvin Steel 
Works. Manufacturer of metal stampings for Gen- 
eral Motors cars. Tour includes power presses, 
welding and a brief description of the operation. 
Tours Thursday, by prior arrangement, 1 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. No tours during July and August. 
Advance notice of 6 weeks required. Clearances 
required for international visitors through Fisher 
Body Central Office in Detroit, Michigan. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 9 not 
admitted. Proper footwear required: no sandals or 
tennis shoes. Contact Frank L. Dox. Phone: 412 
466-2000. 

WEST PITTSTON 

5 Dury Clothing Company, 330 Philadelphia Avenue. 
Manufacturer of men's slacks. Tours Monday 
through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. No tours the first two weeks of 
July and week of Christmas. Group number: 2-6. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Contact 
William Horowitz, President. Phone: 717 
654-4677. 



WILKES-BARRE 

5 Coronet Fashion, Inc., 95 Wyoming Street. Dress 
manufacturer. Tours Monday through Friday, 7:30 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Contact Samuel L. Weiner, Presi- 
dent. Phone: 717 824-3585. 
YORK 
76 Dentsply International, 500 West College Avenue. 
Manufacturer of artificial teeth, dental supplies and 
equipment. Visitors see how porcelain and plastic 
teeth are produced and how some of the dental 
equipment is manufactured and assembled. Tours 
Tuesday through Thursday, 8:30-1 1:30 a.m. and 1-3 
p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes to 2 hours. No tours 
the first two weeks in August. Group number: 
10-30. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. German 
and Japanese translation available. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact James D. Quickel. Phone: 717 845-7511. 
102 Newbould Tool Company, Inc., 226 Willis Road. 
Manufacturer of precision tools. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. No tours the week 
of July 4. Group number: 2-15. Advance notice of 2 
weeks required. Contact William C. Wolf, Man- 
ufacturing Manager. Phone: 717 846-8700. 

RHODE ISLAND 

HOPE VALLEY 

99 Kay Dee Handprints, Inc., Skunk Hill Road. Man- 
ufacturer of decorative towels handprinted on vari- 
ous fabrics. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. 
to 3 p.m. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance 
notice required for groups. Contact Mr. Deffley. 
Phone:401539-2405. 

NARRAGANSETT 

82 Rhode Island Atomic Energy Commission, Rhode 
Island Nuclear Science Center, South Ferry Road. 
State-owned facility using a nuclear reactor for 
educational and experimental purposes. Tours by 
appointment only. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Children under 14 not admitted. Contact A. Francis 
DiMeglio, Director, or Michael P. Doyle, Assistant 
Director. Phone: 401 789-9391. 

NEWPORT 

72 Newport Daily News, 101 Malbone Road. Daily 
newspaper. Tours Monday through Friday, after- 
noons only. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 
2 days required. Phone: 401 849-3300. 

69 United States Naval Education & Training Center. 
Open house is held on Armed Forces Day, usually 
the third Saturday in May and Navy Day on October 
13. Special group tours of the base may be arranged 
with the Public Affairs Officer. Phone: 401 
841-2127. 



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PORTSMOUTH 

14 Pearson Yachts Division, Grumman Allied Indus- 
tries, West Shore Road. Builders of fiberglass sail- 
ing yachts. Tours Thursday, 2 p.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. Group number: 19 maximum. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. Contact Ched Gladding. 
Phone: 401 683-0100. 

PROVIDENCE 

108 The Narragansett Electric Company, 496 Eddy 
Street. Tours daily from June 15 to Labor Day, 9 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tours by appointment only. Group 
number: 20 minimum. Contact Mr. Gannon or Mrs. 
Silva. Phone: 401 781-0100. 

83 Providence Lithograph Company (Federated 
Lithographers-Printers, Inc.), 369 Prairie Avenue. 
Tours Wednesday by appointment only, 2-3 p.m. 
Group number: 15 maximum. Contact Paul 
DeGasparre. Phone: 401 941-1200. 

SMITHFIELD 

102 Madison Industries-Division of Amtel, Inc. , Jenckes 
Hill Road (across from North Central Airport). 
Manufacturer of metal-working tools (not machine 
tools). Tours available with advance notice. Group 
number: 20-25. Advance notice of 1-2 days re- 
quired. Contact Edwin B. Krause or Alexander 
McWhirter. Phone: 401 333-0400. 

SOUTH KINGSTOWN 

44 Colonial Mill Farm, Moonstone Beach Road. One 
of the few watercress farms in New England and the 
only one in Rhode Island. Open June through 
October. Home atmosphere — come and go as you 
please. 

USQUEPAUGH 

49 Kenyon's 1886 Grist Mill. Stone grinding of white 
Indian corn into cornmeal. Tours weekdays, 1-4 
p.m.; weekends and holidays, 12 noon to 5 p.m. 
Group number: 1-15. Advance notice required for 
groups. Contact Mr. Paul Drumm. Phone: 401 
783-4054. 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

CATAWBA 

74 Bowater Carolina Corporation, P.O. Box 7. Man- 
ufacturer of woodpulp, magazine paper and news- 
print. An orientation film is followed by a tour of the 
pulp and papermaking operations, from woodyard to 
finished product. Tours weekdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 1-2 hours. Group number: 40 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 1 week required. No 
cameras permitted. Children under 16 not admitted. 
Contact L.E. Haws, Jr., or the Public Relations 
Department. Phone: 803 324-1130. 



GREENWOOD 

48 Park Seed Company. Producer of garden seeds, 
bulbs, plants and accessories for sale by mail order. 
Visitors see all mail order processing from incoming 
mail to outgoing merchandise; seed processing and 
packaging, greenhouses, advertising division and 
customer file maintenance. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
No tours the fourth week in July. Group number: 6 
maximum. Advance notice required. Contact Mrs. 
Jean Owings. Phone: 803 374-3341. 

GREER 

79 Textube Corporation, Popular Drive Ext. Manufac- 
turer of yarn carriers for textile industry. Tour 
includes injection molding facilities, including raw 
material preparation and assembly processes. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-4 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the first two 
weeks in July. Group number: 10 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice of 1 week required. German translation 
available. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 14 not admitted. Contact Mr. J. P. 
Fratturo, Executive Vice President, or Hans 
Freytag, Sales Manager. Phone: 803 877-7405. 

LIBERTY 

24 Libco Mill, Ruhama Road, P.O. Box 148. Manufac- 
turer of commercial woven carpets. The plant tour is 
preceeded by a film presentation on carpet manufac- 
turing. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the first two 
weeks of July. Group number: 2-6. Advance notice 
required. No cameras or sketches permitted. Small 
children not admitted. Contact H.S. Lawrence, 
General Manager. Phone: 803 843-9261. 

PELZER 

108 Duke Power Company, P.O. Box 366. Electric util- 
ity. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 40 maxi- 
" mum. Advance notice of 1 week required for 
groups. Children under 14 must be accompanied by 
an adult. Contact R.C. Holliday, Plant Manager. 
Phone: 803 847-7163. 

SPARTANBURG 

99 Exquisite Fabrics, Inc., P.O. Box 6100 (Highway 
1-85 and 221). Manufacturer of knitted and finished 
fabrics. Visitors observe a double knit and single 
knit operation with the emphasis on high quality 
spun fabrics, and a finishing operation. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 2-4 
p.m. Group number: 6-12. Advance notice of 1 
week required. French, German and Spanish transla- 
tion available. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact F.W. Pendlebury. Phone: 803 585-9351. 



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80 Kohler Company, Camp Croft. Manufacturer of 
pottery (glazed china): lavatories, commodes; 
fiberglass shower stalls and tubs. Visitor is given a 
walking tour through both operations. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 8:30-1 1 a.m. or 1-3 p.m. Tour 
length: 90 minutes. No tours December 23 through 
January 2. Group number: 2-6. Advance notice of 6 
weeks required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact C.W. 
Newcomb, Supervisor, Public Affairs. Phone: 803 
582-3401. 

WILLIAMSTOWN 

82 Lee Steam Station, Big Creek Road. Power plant. 
Tours daily, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Special groups are 
asked to make arrangements for a tour through any 
Duke Power Office or by writing directly to Mr. 
R.C. Holliday, Plant Manager, P.O. Box 366, 
Pelzer, South Carolina 29669. Phone: 803 
847-7163. 



SOUTH DAKOTA 

ABERDEEN 

72 Aberdeen American-News, 124 South Second 
Street. Tour covers entire building and observing the 
process of publishing a newspaper. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9-11 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. Contact 
Kenneth Pope. Phone: 605 225-4100. 

65 Dakota Sash & Door Company, 821 N.E. Railroad 
Avenue. Architectural millwork and building 
supply — wholesale. Tours Monday through Friday, 
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Contact Robert W. Dommer. 
Phone: 605 225-1310. 

102 K. O. Lee Company, 1110 First Avenue, S.E. 
Machine tool manufacturers. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-5 p.m. Contact 
Ervin Wood. Phone: 605 225-5820. 

68 Safeguard Automotive Corporation, Power Trans- 
mission Division, Aberdeen Industrial Park. Grey 
iron foundry. Manufacturer of gear drives, speed 
changers, drive lines and accessories for industrial 
and agricultural applications. Tours Tuesday 
through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 
30-60 minutes. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
No cameras permitted. Children under 12 can tour 
by special arrangement only. Contact Mr. Lloyd 
Swartwout, Personnel Manager. Phone: 605 
229-1605. 

BELLE FOURCHE 

17 American Colloid Company, U.S. Highway 212 
West. Bentonite. Tours by prior arrangements only. 
Phone:605 892-2591. 



BROOKINGS 

49 Sexauer Company, 100 Main Avenue S. Field seed 
processing. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 
4 p.m. Contact Sid Johnson or Lowell Behrens. 
Phone: 605 692-6171. 

LEAD 

29 Homestake Mining Company, Main and Mill Streets 
(P.O. Box 887). Gold mine. Tours weekdays, 8 
a.m. to 4 p.m. during the months of May, Sep- 
tember and October; tours on weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. during the months of June, July and August. 
Contact the Lead Civic Association. Phone: 605 
584-3110. 

LEMMON 

54 Wheeler Manufacturing Company, Inc., 107 Main 
Avenue (P.O. Box 629). Manufacturer of gemstone 
jewelry and components. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30-5 p.m. Contact 
R.B. Wheeler. Phone: 605 374-3848. 

MITCHELL 

67 George A. Hormel & Company (P.O. Box 340). 
Meatpacking. Tours only on request. Contact R.C. 
Gibson. Phone: 605 996-5548. 

MOBRIDGE 

79 Plastic Molders, Inc., west on Highway 12 (P.O. 
Box 760). Injection molding of thermoplastics. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Contact JoAnne Knight. Phone: 605 845-3686. 

PHILIP 

45 Little Scotchman Industries, Inc. (P.O. Box F). 
Manufacturer of machine tools and farm products. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Contact Arthur A. Kroetch. Phone: 605 859-2601. 

RAPID CITY 

67 Black Hills Packing Company, Oshkosh and 
Chicago Streets (P.O. Box 3104). Meatpacking. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 
Contact John Howard. Phone: 605 343-1414. 

82 Black Hills Power & Light Company, 625 Ninth 
Street. Investor-owned electric utility. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Contact Joe 
Rovere. Phone: 605 348-1700. 

65 Buckingham Wood Products, Inc., 1001 East 
Philadelphia. Housing fabrication plant. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Contact 
Del Bjordahl or O.C. Dinkins. Phone: 605 
342-6560. 

31 Dakota Block Company, Deadwood Avenue. Man- 
ufacturer of concrete building block. Tours by prior 
arrangement. Contact Dick Todd. Phone: 605 
342-6070. 



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65 Knecht Industries, Inc., 301 Mt. Rushmore Road. 49 

Home manufacturing, retail and wholesale building 
material sales and warehousing operation. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 
8 a.m. to 12 noon. Contact Don Knecht. Phone: 605 
342-4840. 

105 Rushmore Homes (P.O. Box 1944). Mobile home 31 

and modular manufacturers. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Contact Del Herr. 
Phone: 605 342-8377. 

25 South Dakota Cement Plant (P.O. Box 351). Ce- 
ment manufacturer. Tours Monday through Friday, 72 
7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Contact Clark Besancon. Phone: 

605 342-4252. 

SIOUX FALLS 

95 Egger Steel Company, 909 South 7th Avenue. 
Structural steel and reinforcing fabricator. Tours 
Tuesday and Thursday. Contact Wayne Peters. 41 

Phone:605 336-2490. 

49 Golden Sun Feeds, Inc., 101 Marion Road. Live- 
stock and poultry feed. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Contact W.T. Butler 
or Maurice Show. Phone: 605 336-0787. 



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65 Jordan Millwork Company, 611 West Algonquin. 
Woodwork manufacturer and millwork distributor. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Contact L.R. Reynolds. Phone: 605 336-1910. 

67 John Morrell & Company, 1400 North Weber. 
Meatpacking. Tours Monday through Friday, 9:30 
a.m. and 1 p.m. Contact Tony Javurek. Phone: 605 

336-2510. 

82 Northern States Power Company, 500 West Russell. 
Electric generation, transmission and distribution. 
Tours by appointment. Group number: 20 maxi- 
mum. Contact M.J. Myhre, Plant Superintendent. 
Phone: 605 339-3018. 

37 Terrace Park Dairy, 1501 West 10th Street (P.O. 
Box "T"). Dairy products. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Contact Jim Jensen, 
Ozzie Schock, Bob Hendricks or Fred Madsen. 



49 Zip Feed Mills, Inc., 304 East 8th Street. Animal 
feed. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Contact Robert Natz. Phone: 605 336-3331 . 50 

VERMILLION 

66 Electro-Magic Division, Dura Corporation, East 
Highway 50. Manufacturing and fabricating of in- 
dustrial cleaning equipment. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-3 p.m. Contact 
J.E. Jones or J. A. Scott. Phone: 605 624-2685. 



Sioux Alfalfa Meal Company (P.O. Box 398). 
Alfalfa dehydrating. Tours Monday through Friday, 
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon. 
Contact H.G. Moeller. Phone: 605 624-8011. 

WATERTOWN 

Watertown Monument Works, Inc., junction of 
Highways 212 and 81 (P.O. Box 807). Retail 
memorial manufacturers. Tours 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Contact Charles D. Gibson. Phone: 605 886-6942. 

Watertown Public Opinion, 120 Third Avenue, 
N.W. Offset newspaper and commercial printing 
plant. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m., 12 
noon and 2 p.m. Contact John Lowrie. Phone: 605 
886-6901. 

YANKTON 

M-Tron Industries, Inc., 100 Douglas. Manufac- 
turer of piezoelectric quartz crystals. Tours Tuesday 
through Thursday, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Group number: 8 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Contact Robert Gilbertson. Phone: 605 665-9321. 

Yankton Printing Company, 319 Walnut Street. 
Newspaper publisher: Yankton Daily Press and 
Dakotan. Tours Monday through Friday. Contact 
Arnold Tramp. Phone: 605 665-78 11. 



TENNESSEE 

ASHLAND CITY 

State Industries, Inc., Bi-pass Road. Manufacturer 
of water heaters — gas, electric, oil and solar pow- 
ered (residential and commercial). Visitors see a 
completely modern manufacturing facility with an 
explanation of all operations. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8-11:30 a.m. or 1-4:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 2 hours and 30 minutes. No tours the week of 
July 4 and week of December 25. Advance notice of 
1 week required. Young children must be accom- 
panied by an adult. Contact Mrs. Jerrie Crenshaw, 
Secretary to Chairman of the Board. Phone: 615 
792-4371. 

BELLS 

Winter Garden, Inc., North High Street. Frozen 
food processor. Visitors observe the operation of 
processing frozen vegetables. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1-3 
hours. Group number: 15 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 18 not admitted. Contact 
L.T. Jordan. Phone: 901 663-2341. 



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BEMIS 

99 Bemis Company, Inc., Bemis Mill. Textile man- 
ufacturing (industrial fabrics). An orientation is 
followed by a tour of the offices and mill, with an 
explanation of manufacturing processes and pro- 
ducts produced. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the first 
two weeks in July. Group number: 50 maximum. 
Advance notice of 7-10 days required. No cameras 
or sketches permitted. Children under 13 not admit- 
ted. Contact Ray C. Young, Technical Superinten- 
dent. Phone: 901 424-5711. 



CALHOUN 

74 Bowater Southern Paper Corporation. Newsprint 
manufacturer. A film presentation is followed by a 
guided tour of the mill. Tour booklets and other 
literature are provided in advance, if requested. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 
p.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. No tours July 4, Labor 
Day and Christmas, and for a short period before 
and after these holidays. Also, there may be some 
unscheduled shutdowns for maintenance and/or in- 
ventory purposes. Group number: 100 maximum. 
Advance notice of 2-3 days required for groups. 
Advance notice of 1 hour required for drop-in 
visitors, if no more than 2-3 in group. No cameras 
permitted inside the mill. Children under 15 not 
admitted. For safety reasons, women visitors are 
instructed to wear low-heeled shoes and severely 
handicapped persons are not allowed to tour the 
mill. Contact Clarence Streetman, Public Relations 
Manager, or Mary Ann Elrod, Public Relations 
Secretary. Phone: 615 336-2211, Ext. 239 or 301. 



CHATTANOOGA 

99 Dixie Yarns, Inc., 1100 Watkins Street. Spinning 
and finishing yams for use in knitwear and tufted 
carpets. Tour of spinning plant includes spinning of 
cotton yarn from bales of cotton or man-made fibers, 
involving several intricate processes. Tour of finish- 
ing plant includes dyeing, bleaching and merceriz- 
ing (chemical processes) of yarns. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 2 
hours and 30 minutes ( 1 hour per plant; plants are 
located 30 minutes apart). No tours the week of July 
4 and week of December 25. Group number: 25 
maximum. Advance notice of 6 weeks required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 10 
not admitted. Contact Grady E. Gant, Personnel 
Director. Phone: 615 698-2501, Ext. 245. 



FRANKLIN 

53 Jamison Bedding, Inc., Highway 31. Manufacturer 
of upholstered furniture. Tour includes entire pro- 
cess from woods and fabric to completed couches, 
sleepers and chairs. Tours Monday through Friday, 
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours 
the last week of June and first week of July. Group 
number: 4-15. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Robert 
Nichols, Personnel Director. Phone: 615 790-1241. 

KNOXVILLE 

87 Robertshaw Controls Company, Fulton Sylphon Di- 
vision, P.O. Box 400. Manufacturer of temperature 
and pressure controls, bellows and bellows as- 
semblies. Tours Monday through Thursday, 8:30 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. No tours the 
last two weeks of July. Group number: 30 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice of 3 weeks required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 18 
not admitted. Contact Jack Kerr, Personnel Depart- 
ment. Phone: 615 546-0550, Ext. 199. 

MEMPHIS 

85 The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Box 7128 
(900 Firestone Boulevard). Tire manufacturing. 
Tour includes information about the plant and Fires- 
tone Company, a film explaining tire manufacturing 
processes, tour of the factory and a question-and- 
answer period. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 60-90 minutes. Group 
number: 10-40. Advance notice of 6 weeks required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact Nick Pinter. Phone: 901 
525-3621. 

45 International Harvester Company, 3003 Harvester 
Lane (P.O. Box 268). Manufacturer of agricultural 
equipment — cotton pickers, hay balers, disk har- 
rows, etc. Tour includes complete manufacturing 
operation: foundry, forging, sheet metal fabrication, 
machining, welding, assembly, painting and tool 
and die. Tours weekdays, by prior arrangement; 
starting times between 8 and 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 
and 1 :30 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. No tours the 
first two weeks in July. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
J.R. Massey, Public Relations Manager. Phone: 901 
375-5311. 

53 Memphis Furniture Manufacturing Company, 715 
South Camilla. Manufacturer of wooden and up- 
holstered residential furniture. Tours available with 
advance notice. Tour length: 2-3 hours. No tours the 
last week of June, first week of July and week of 
December 25. Group number: 5-10. Advance notice 
required. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
Paul Osborn, Director of Industrial Relations. 
Phone: 901 522-1401. 



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72 Memphis Publishing Company, 495 Union Avenue. 
Newspaper publisher — The Commercial Appeal and 
Memphis Press-Scimitar. A slide presentation is 
followed by a walking tour of the building. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 40 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice required. Children under 12 not admit- 
ted. Contact Tony Mangone, Promotion Director. 
Phone: 901 526-8811, Ext. 235. 

65 Wabash, Inc., 1217 Florida. Woodworking. Man- 
ufacturer of doors, windows, folding stairs, 
washboards and stoveboards. Visitors observe the 
manufacturing processes from raw material to 
finished product. Tours Tuesday through Thursday, 
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 45-60 minutes. Group 
number: 10-20. Advance notice required. Contact 
Jim Entwisle, Personnel Manager. Phone: 901 
946-1671. 

MORRISTOWN 

53 The Berkline Corporation, 1 Berkline Drive. Man- 
ufacturer of upholstered furniture and den group- 
ings. Tour of plant includes sewing, upholstering, 
assemblying, packing and shipping operations. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 1-2 hours. No tours the week of July 4 
and week of December 25. Group number: 12 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 day required. 
Groups of children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
the Director of Industrial Relations. Phone: 615 
586-1461. 

92 Volunteer Blind Industries, Inc., 758 West First 
South Street. Workshop for the blind, manufactur- 
ing box springs and mattresses. Visitors see a slide 
presentation and the manufacturing process. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9-11 a.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. No tours the second week in July. Group 
number: 8-10. Advance notice required. Contact 
Kemp Newman, Executive Director, J.C. Austin, 
Director of Operations, or Don Britton, Director of 
Rehabilitation. Phone: 615 586-3922. 

NEW JOHNSONVILLE 

82 Tennessee Valley Authority, Johnsonville Steam 
Plant, Highway 70. Steam-electric generating plant. 
Visitors tour the interior of the plant through cor- 
ridors with window views of principal equipment 
and overlooks of turbine area. Roof garden views of 
outside area shows harbor, coal-handling opera- 
tions, etc. Tours seven days a week; 9 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Advance notice preferred. Foreign visitors 
should contact the TV A General Manager, Knox- 
ville, Tennessee. Contact E.L. Sanderlin, Plant 
Superintendent. Phone: 615 535-2501. 



PIGEON FORGE 

17 Pigeon Forge Pottery, Middle Creek Road (P.O. 
Box 1050). Visitors see the manufacturing of pot- 
tery, including throwing, decorating, molding, 
finishing, glazing and firing. Tour also includes a 
display area and sales room. Tours Monday through 
Saturday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Group number: 100 
maximum. Advance notice required. Contact 
Douglas J. Ferguson, Owner and Manager. Phone: 
615 453-3883 or 615 453-3704. 

UNION CITY 

67 Reelfoot Packing Company, Reelfoot Avenue. 
Slaughtering and meatpacking. Tour includes the 
entire plant. Tours Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. 
to 4 p.m. Tour length: 60-90 minutes. Group 
number: 5 minimum. Advance notice of 2 days 
required. Contact Frank E. Hays. Phone: 901 
885-2131. 

TEXAS 

ABILENE 

31 Featherlite Corporation, 2065 Oak. Manufacturer of 
concrete blocks. Tour includes the block plant, 
warehouse and yard. Tours Tuesday through Thurs- 
day, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
day required. Children under 15 not admitted. Con- 
tact C.A. Henson, Jr., Manager. Phone: 915 
673-4201. 

ARLINGTON 

72 Arlington Citizen-Journal, 1111 West Abram Street. 
Newspaper publishing plant. Visitors see how a 
suburban newspaper is published from newsroom to 
the production area and pressroom. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 
20-60 minutes. Group number: 6-15. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Children under 1 1 not 
admitted. Contact Ms. Donna Darovich. Phone: 817 
261-1191. 

66 Clary Corporation, 412 — 113th Street. Automated 
woodworking machinery. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Advance notice required. 
Contact Harold Cooley, Vice President. Phone: 817 
640-4357. 
7 General Motors Assembly Division, 2525 East Ab- 
rams. Automobile production. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 1 1 a.m. and 1 p.m. Tour length: 75 
minutes. No tours from late July through September. 
Group number: 100 maximum. Advance notice 
required. Spanish translation available. Tours must 
be cleared through the General Motors Public 
Relations Office, Detroit, Michigan, telephone: 214 
688-5695 . No cameras or sketches permitted. Con- 
tact W.E. Mercer. Phone: 817 649-6255. 



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53 Sevacraft Manufacturing Company, 1 100 Harrison 
(P.O. Box 5483). Manufacturer of wood and up- 
holstered furniture. Visitors tour the manufacturing 
plant. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. No tours from De- 
cember 23 through January 5. Group number: 30 
maximum. Advance notice required. Spanish trans- 
lation available. Contact Layne H. Harwell. Phone: 
817261-1861. 



AUSTIN 

72 Austin American Statesman, 308 Guadalupe. Daily 
newspaper. Tour includes different departments, 
with an explanation of the processes involved in the 
production of a daily newspaper. Tours Tuesday and 
Thursday, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
No tours during August. Group number: 8-20. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Children under 
6 not admitted. Contact Mrs. Grace Cali Feldstein, 
Educational Director. Phone: 512 476-2661. 



DALLAS 

53 Coerver Industries, Inc., 331 1 Elm Street. Manufac- 
turer of architectural woodwork, elevator cabs, store 
and bank fixtures. Tour of plant shows machines in 
operation, work in progress and finished products. 
Visitors also tour the offices where samples of the 
products are shown. Tours Monday through Friday, 
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 2-100. Advance notice of 1 day required. 
Children under 15 not admitted. Contact Earl T. 
Allen, Jr., President. Phone: 214 744-5211. 



28 Fabricators International, 3000 Irving Boulevard. 
Manufacturer of stainless steel food service equip- 
ment. Visitors see the forming and polishing of 
stainless steel equipment. Tours Tuesday through 
Thursday, 1:30-3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours 
the first two weeks in July. Group number: 4-10. 
Advance notice required. Children under 16 not 
admitted. Contact Joseph H. Berger or Jack Scales. 
Phone:214 631-6820. 



10 Austin Baking Company, 5800 Airport Boulevard. 
Bread and roll bakery. Tours Wednesday and Fri- 
day, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 45 min- 
utes. No tours from June through August. Group 
number: 4-60. Advance notice required. Contact 
Kirby Krause. Phone: 512 453-6606. 



83 Best Printing Company, Inc., 3218 Manor Road 
(P.O. Box 1548). Commercial printing — brochures, 
4-color advertising books. Visitors observe the vari- 
ous steps in the printing and bindery operations. 
Tours daily, except Monday and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 
2 p.m. Tours by prior arrangement only. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 6-25. Advance notice 
of 6 weeks required. Spanish translation available. 
Children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult. 
Contact C.J. Levenduski, President, or Jack 
Steinhauser, Board Chairman. Phone: 512 
477-9733. 



11 National Bank of Commerce, 1525 Elm Street. 
Banking. Tours Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 10-25. 
Advance notice required. Spanish translation avail- 
able. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 10 not admitted. Contact Tim M. Kuhler, 
Senior Vice President and Cashier. Phone: 214 
658-6268. 



91 Procter & Gamble Manufacturing Company, 1301 
McDonald (Box 5118). Manufacturer of soap, syn- 
thetic detergents, food products (shortening and oil) 
and chemicals. Included in the tour are a film 
program, tour of the packing operations and re- 
freshments in the plant cafeteria. Tours Tuesday and 
Thursday, 9:30 a.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. 
Group number: 50 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact Robert M. Roberts. 
Phone: 214 428-5143. 



83 Texas Mailing & Printing Company, 703 West 7th. 
Commercial printing and mail advertising. Visitors 
see the processing of mail advertising — addressing, 
routing, bundling, etc. Tours Tuesday through 
Thursday. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 5 
maximum. Advance notice required. Spanish and 
German translation available. No children admitted. 
Contact Clarence E. Saegert, President. Phone: 512 
478-3448. 



18 WFAA Radio & TV, Communications Center. 
Radio and television broadcasting and production. 
Tour includes the radio and television facilities. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 40 minutes. Advance notice of 1 day 
required. Spanish translation available with advance 
notice. Children under 8 not admitted. Contact the 
TV Promotion Department. Phone: 214 748-9631, 
Ext. 234. 



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DENTON 

72 Denton Record-Chronicle, 314 East Hickory. Daily 
newspaper. Tour includes the entire plant, with 
emphasis on the production departments and press 
facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. 
to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. Group 
number: 15 maximum. Advance notice of 1 day 
required. Children under 16 must be accompanied 
by an adult. Contact Mrs. Pamela Pedigo. Phone: 
817 387-3811. 

EVADALE 

74 Eastex Division, Temple-Eastex, Inc. (P.O. Box 
816, Silsbee, Texas). Manufacturer of pulp, paper 
and paperboard. Tour includes the wood yards, pulp 
mill, paper mill, finishing and shipping depart- 
ments. Tours Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 
3 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Group number: 50 
maximum. Written notice of 6 weeks required. No 
cameras permitted. Contact L.C. Menius, Director 
of Industrial Relations. Phone: 713 276-3280. 

FORT WORTH 

5 Bandera Hat Company, 320 South Lake Street. 
Manufacturer of western hats. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. No tours June 25 through July 10. Group 
number: 2-10. Advance notice required. Contact 
Fred Swartz. Phone: 817 332-1541. 

79 The EMC Company, 3817 Rutledge. Vacuum- 
forming industrial equipment. Visitors see the man- 
ufacture of vacuum-forming machines, reinforcing 
presses, preform machines, automatic trimming 
machines and automatic drill machines for the 
vacuum-forming industry. Visitors also tour the 
facility where vacuum-formed finished products are 
being produced. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Advance notice 
required. Contact Eugene Moody, Sales Manager. 
Phone:817 732-5554. 

75 Gearhart-Owen Industries, Inc., 1100 Everman 
Road (P.O. Box 1936). Manufacturer of oil well 
service equipment. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Advance 
notice required. Contact Harrold D. Owen, Presi- 
dent, or Bernie Harrison, Executive Secretary. 
Phone:817 293-1300. 

FRIONA 

49 Hi-Pro Feeds, Highway 60 East. Manufacturer of 
livestock feeds. Visitors tour the manufacturing 
facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Group number: 100 
maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. 
Contact Keith Hansen. Phone: 806 247-2791. 



HEBBRONVILLE 

63 Hebbronville Auction and Commission Company, 
Laredo Highway. Livestock sales. Visitors observe 
cattle auction (1500-head of cattle sold each week). 
Tours Wednesday, 12 noon. Group number: 50 
maximum. Spanish translation available. Contact 
Ascencion Martinez, General Manager. Phone: 512 
527-3251. 

HOUSTON 

78 A-V Corporation, 2518 North Boulevard. Motion 
picture and filmstrip production and laboratories. 
Tour includes the production, animation and 
laboratory facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, 
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 2-12. Advance notice of 1 day required. 
Spanish translation available. Children under 16 not 
admitted. Contact: David J. Cazalet, Vice President 
and Executive Producer. Phone: 713 523-6701. 

16 Anheuser-Busch, Inc., Busch Bird Park (Promo- 
tional Facility), 775 Gellhorn Drive. Brewery — 
Budweiser and Michelob Beer. Tour includes a film 
on the history of Anheuser-Busch and the process of 
making beer, guided tour of the brewery, question- 
and-answer period and sampling of the products. 
Self-guided tours daily, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. week- 
days and 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. weekends. During 
summer months tours daily from 10 a.m. to 7:30 
p.m. Guided tours by reservation only, Monday 
through Friday. Tour length: 2-3 hours. Group 
number: 6-50. Advance notice required. Contact 
Judy Manis, Hospitality Secretary, or Bill 
Lindquist, Promotional Manager. Phone: 713 
675-9131. 

51 Dee Foundries, Inc., 2408 Everett Street. Sand 
foundry — brass, bronze, aluminum, stainless steel. 
Tour includes three separate foundries, including a 
modern air-set operation with electric melting, four 
types of molding and four types of core-making. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 12 noon 
and 1-3 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 minutes. No tours 
the first week in July and the week between Christ- 
mas and New Year's. Group number: 5-12. Ad- 
vance notice of 2 weeks required. Children under 15 
not admitted. Contact R.A. Colton, or M. Myers. 
Phone:713 222-0236. 

25 Gulf Coast Portland Cement Company, 6203 Indus- 
trial Way. Cement manufacturer. Visitors tour the 
industrial plant. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group 
number: 25 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Adults only (school children by special 
arrangement). Contact B.J. Showalter, Vice Presi- 
dent of Operations, or Patton H. Caldwell, Opera- 
tions Manager. Phone: 713 926-3181. 



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12 Houston Coca-Cola Bottling Company, 2800 Bis- 
sonnet (P.O. Box 1268). Bottlers of Coca-Cola and 
all Coca-Cola products: Tab, Fresca, Sprite, Mr. 
Pibb, Fanta, Sugar-Free Sprite and Sugar-Free Pib. 
Visitors see the production areas of four bottling 
lines and an area where Coke bottles from around 
the world are displayed. Visitors then proceed to the 
Auditorium where refreshments are offered and two 
films presented, including a question-and-answer 
session. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m., 
1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 20-100. Advance notice of 2 weeks re- 
quired. Children under 7 not admitted. Contact Ms. 
Bonnie Day, Public Relations. Phone: 713 
664-3451. 



59 Reddy Ice Division, The Southland Corporation, 
9122 Telephone Road (Box 2823). Ice manufac- 
turer. Visitors see the manufacturing, processing 
and bagging operations. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 10-40. Advance notice of 2 days required. 
Spanish translation available. Children must be ac- 
companied by an adult. Contact Vene Smith, Opera- 
tions Manager. Phone: 713 641-0865. 



JACKSONVILLE 

5 International Fashions, Inc., 201-03 Cherokee 
Street. Manufacturer of ladies' dresses, pantsuits, 
blouses, skirts, pants and jackets. Tour includes 
cutting of material, assembly of garments, final 
pressing and inspection and shipping. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 
30-60 minutes. No tours the week of July 4. Group 
number: 20 maximum. Advance notice of 2 days 
preferred. Spanish translation available. Contact 
Coke L. Gillespie or Tim Gillespie. Phone: 214 
586-3681. 



LITTLEFIELD 

99 Littlefield Cotton Products, U.S. 84 Business. Man- 
ufacturer of cotton batting — insulator pads (Flex-Xel 
Pad), mattress and upholstry supplies. Visitors tour 
the plant with an explanation of the operations. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 10 maxi- 
mum. Advance notice required. Spanish translation 
available. Contact Richard Thompson, Pete 
Hatfield, Vice President, or Janice Reed, Secretary. 
Phone:806 385-5176. 



LONGVIEW 

16 Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company, 1400 West Cotton 
Street. Brewery. Tour consists of the brewery and 
hospitality room. Tours Monday through Friday, 1-3 
p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact Sam H. Moore, Man- 
ager, Industrial Relations. Phone: 214 753-0371 . 

McGregor 

63 Texas A&M University Agricultural Research Cen- 
ter, P.O. Box 447. Agricultural research center. 
Tour includes beef cattle, range land, forage and 
other research activities. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Advance notice required for 
large groups. Spanish translation available. Contact 
Mr. Samuel S. Pegues, Farms Manager. Phone: 817 
840-2878. 

McKINNEY 

87 Fisher Controls Company, U.S. Highway 380 (P.O. 
Box 900). Manufacturer of propane and natural gas 
equipment — regulators, valves, couplings and adap- 
tors. Tour of facilities includes assembly and 
machine shop, laboratory, quality control and test- 
ing. Tours Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 2-10. 
Advance notice required. Contact Vernon Klassen. 
Phone: 214 542-7446. 

NEW BRAUNFELS 

5 Comal Hosiery Mill, Inc., 380 East Austin. Hosiery 
manufacturer. Tours Monday through Friday, 9-11 
a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. Group 
number: 12 maximum. Spanish and German transla- 
tion available. Contact Edith Schibner. Phone: 512 
625-2358. 

NOCONA 

89 Nocona Boot Company, East Highway 82 (P.O. 
Box 599). Boot manufacturer. Visitors observe all 
stages of boot manufacturing. Self-guided tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-4 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours the first 
week in July and last week in December. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Contact the Receptionist. 
Phone: 817 825-3321. 

PASADENA 

74 Champion Papers, North Shaver at Washburn Tun- 
nel (P.O. Box 872). Paper manufacturer — coated 
and uncoated paper, bond, mimeograph, tablet and 
envelope. General tour includes the paper mill and 
converting facilities. Tours Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. 
(exceptions by special arrangements). Tour length: 
60-90 minutes. Group number: 20 maximum. Writ- 
ten notice of 6 weeks required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 14 not admitted. 
Contact Emma Westbrook. Phone: 713 472-2421. 



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PECOS 

50 West Texas Cooperative Oil Mill, 2101 California 
Avenue. Cottonseed and other oil seed processing. 
Producer of vegetable oils and meals. Complete tour 
of facilities from raw material unloading to finished 
product. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 30-60 minutes. No tours from 
July to October. Group number: 20 maximum. 
Advance notice of 3 days required. Spanish transla- 
tion available. Children must be accompanied by an 
adult. Contact William R. Bickley. Phone: 915 
447-2241. 

PLAINVIEW 

45 The Hamby Company, 2905 West 7th Street. Farm 
equipment manufacturer. Tours by appointment 
only. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours during July. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Preschool 
children not admitted. Contact Gerald Bailey. 
Phone:806 293-5321. 

45 W. F. Larson, Inc., P.O. Box 1967, Dimmitt 
Highway. Manufacturer of high clearance tractors 
and equipment and road sweepers. Tour includes the 
engineering and drafting departments and produc- 
tion line. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Contact W.F. Larson, 
B.T. Lusk or James Crossland. Phone: 806 
293-1353. 

27 Riverside Chemical Company, Highway 87 and 
Pioneer Road. Manufacturer of agricultural pes- 
ticides. Tour includes the production and storage 
facilities for agricultural pesticides. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 
minutes. Group number: 25 minimum. Advance 
notice of 3-7 days required. Contact Lyndal Black, 
Division Manager. Phone: 806 293-5341. 

PORT ARTHUR 

75 Gulf Oil Company -U.S., P.O. Box 701. Petroleum 
refining. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. and 
12:30 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours and 30 minutes. 
Group number: 33 maximum. Written notice of 6 
weeks required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 11 not admitted. Contact Mr. B.J. 
Stout. Phone: 713 983-3301. 

SAN ANGELO 

72 San Angela Standard Times, 34 West Harris. News- 
paper. Educational tour includes the processes in- 
volved in the production of a newspaper. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance notice required. 
Contact Grace Ahlschwede. Phone: 915 653-1221. 



SAN ANTONIO 
50 Black Sun Herb Farm, 19801 Scenic Loop Road 
(Route 15, Box 230K). Growing and marketing of 
culinary and medicinal herbs. This is a tour of the 
historical buildings and gardens, with a visit to the 
shops where various herbal products and dried herbs 
are available. Tours daily, except Monday, 10 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group number: 
5-25. Advance notice of 1 week preferred. Spanish 
translation available. Contact Barbara Avery, Man- 
ager. Phone: 512 695-8278. 

82 City Public Service, P.O. Box 1771. Municipally- 
owned electric and natural gas utility serving Bexar 
County. This is a walking tour of the electric 
generating plants, including discussions with the 
plant engineering personnel before and after the 
tours. Tours Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Spanish translation available. Chil- 
dren under 15 not admitted. Contact the Public 
Relations Assistant. Phone: 512 227-3211. 

16 Lone Star Brewing Company, 600 Lone Star 
Boulevard. Brewery. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. 
The Buckhorn Museum complex is open daily, 
except Christmas Day, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Group 
number: 20 maximum. Advance notice required. 
German (by prior arrangements) and Spanish trans- 
lation available. No sketches permitted. Children 
under 16 not admitted. Contact Russell DeBerry, Pat 
Dunavan or Fuzzy Plunkett. Phone: 512 226-8301. 

SAN MARCOS 
80 Thermon Manufacturing Company, 100 Thermon 
Drive. Manufacturer of products and systems for 
heating pipes and vessels. Tour includes the office, 
computer, engineering, research and manufacturing 
operations. Tours Monday through Thursday, 9 
a.m., 12 noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Tour length: 
30-60 minutes. Group number: 20 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice required. Spanish translation available. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact 
Gordon A. Hyatt, Vice President. Phone: 512 
392-5801. 

SUGAR LAND 

97 Imperial Sugar Company, 198 Kempner Street. 
Sugar refinery. Tour includes the raw sugar 
warehouse, melt and filter house and packing de- 
partment. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. 
and 2 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 100 
maximum. Advance notice required for groups of 25 
or more. Groups of children under 8 not admitted. 
Contact Miss Bertha Gonzalez, Personnel Secretary. 
Phone: 713 494-9181, Ext. 317. 



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TAYLOR 

Taylor Bedding Manufacturing Company, 402 West 
Second. Manufacturer of bedding, mattress pads, 
quilts, pillows and upholstered furniture. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 50 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice of 1-3 days required. Contact Jim 
Lawrence, Vice President. Phone: 512 352-631 1. 



VICTORIA 

Central Power & Light Company, 1205 C South 
Bottom Street (P.O. Box 2299). Electric generating 
station. Children are shown a film on how electricity 
is generated and then taken on a tour. Adults have a 
question-and-answer session, followed by a guided 
tour of the station. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 12 noon and 1-4 p.m. Tour length: 90 
minutes. Group number: 8-50. Advance notice of 1 
day preferred. Children under 8 not admitted. Con- 
tact Perry A. Beaty, Jr., Superintendent, Victoria 
Power Station. Phone: 512 575-1212. 



WICHITA FALLS 

Levi Strauss & Company, 2720 Market Street. 
Manufacturer of blue denim jeans. Complete tour of 
the plant from cutting to finished product, with a 
question-and-answer session at the end of the tour if 
desired. Tours Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 
2:30 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. No tours the 
first week of July and last week of December. Group 
number: 5-25. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Children under 10 not admitted. Contact Joe 
Dulaney, Personnel Manager. Phone: 817 
767-1441. 



UTAH 

CEDAR CITY 

93 The Coleman Company. Inc., 597 North 1500 
West. Manufacturer of sleeping bags, tents, tent 
poles and backpack equipment. Visitors see the 
complete construction of sleeping bags (tick line, 
garnett room, quilting machines, zipper line, inspec- 
tion); tents (cutting tables, overlook machines, bias 
machines, cosmo machine); also, complete tour of 
the backpack area and pole shop. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 50 maximum. Contact 
Terry D. Wilson, Plant Manager. Phone: 801 
586-9437. 



CLEARFIELD 

113 Freeport Center Associates, P.O. Box 1325. Indus- 
trial park. Manufactured products include filters, 
skis, ski poles, semi-trailers, jet loading ramps, pipe 
fabrication, dishwashers and refrigerators and 
aluminum extensions. This is a general tour of the 
largest private distribution center in the United 
States. Stops may be made at individual operations 
as desired. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
4 p.m. Advance notice required. Children under 13 
not admitted. Contact Stephen L. Barrett. Phone: 
801 825-9741. 



FILLMORE 

44 Mountain Mushrooms, Inc., 400 South Park Av- 
enue. Mushroom farm. Visitors see the picking and 
packing of mushrooms, environmental control sys- 
tem and compost yard. Tours Monday through 
Friday, by appointment. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 10-25. Advance notice required. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact Kenneth Sanderson. 
Phone: 801 743-6817. 



72 Times Publishing Company, 1301 Lamar Street. 
Newspaper. Tour through newspaper plant shows 
press operation, printing process, mail room and 
inserting machines, advertising, editorial depart- 
ment, and library. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 6-30. Advance notice preferred. Children 
under 10 not admitted. Contact Marvin Penrod. 
Phone: 817 767-8341. 



PROVO 

87 Valtek, Inc., 765 South 100 East (Box 209). Man- 
ufacturer of control valves and valve actuators. Tour 
includes a description of the business (customers, 
capabilities, product scope, etc.), followed by a tour 
of the facilities with an introduction to key execu- 
tives. Tours Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 3 days 
required. Spanish, German, Japanese and Chinese 
translation available. Contact Ellen Bates. Phone: 
801 373-1100. 



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RICHMOND 

10 Pepperidge Farm, Inc. Frozen layer cakes, cookies 
and crackers. Tour includes areas where cookies and 
crackers are mixed, baked and packaged. Tours 
Tuesday, 1-3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 10-20. Advance notice of 3 weeks required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Contact the 
Manager-Personnel Services. Phone: 801 258-2491. 

SANDY 

76 Deseret Pharmaceutical Company, Inc., 9450 South 
State Street. Manufacturer of disposable medical- 
surgical products — I.V. products, surgical masks, 
surgical disbursive grounding pads, heart- 
monitoring products, pre-surgical scrubs. Tours re- 
stricted to aisles outside clean room manufacturing 
environment. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. 
to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 30-60 minutes. Group 
number: 10 maximum. Written advance notice of 6 
weeks required. Spanish, Dutch and German transla- 
tion available. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children not admitted. Contact Silas S. Smith, Vice 
President — Assistant to the President, or Jacob J. 
VanRy, Director, International Division. Phone: 
801 255-6851. 



VERMONT 

BARRE 

31 Associated Memorial Products, Inc., Circle Street. 
Custom sawing and polishing of granite. Contact 
Robert Sassone, Manager. Phone: 802 476-3411. 

31 Barre Custom Sandblast, Burnham's Meadow. 
Sandblasting. Contact Lawrence Moran, Owner. 
Phone: 802 476-5361. 

99 Barre Mills, Division of Maiden Mills, P.O. Box 
583. Plush weaving. Contact Albert Czarnecki, 
Plant Manager. Phone: 802 476-3183. 

83 Barre Sign Company, Inc., 7 Auburn Street. Man- 
ufacturer of signs — neon, plastic, wood; truck letter- 
ing, displays. Contact Herbert W. Jorgensen, Presi- 
dent. Phone: 802476-3691. 

31 Bilodeau-Barre, Inc., P.O. Box 484, Bianchi Place. 
Granite monuments. Contact Paul G. Chatot, Sr., 
President. Phone: 802 476-7901 . 

83 Modern Printing Company, Inc., 14-20 Jefferson 
Street. Commercial and book printing — letterpress 
and offset. Contact Mr. Garth W. Blow, President. 
Phone: 802 476-3164. 



31 Rock of Ages Corporation, P.O. Box 482. Granite 
monuments and industrial products. Contact C. Jay 
Slaybaugh, President. Phone: 802 476-31 15. 

66 Smith, Whitcomb & Cook Company, Inc., 87 Boyn- 
ton Street. Stone working machinery and supplies, 
gray iron castings. Contact F. Lewis Biggs, Admin- 
istrative Manager. Phone: 802 476-4161. 

40 Sprague Electric Company, 131 South Main Street. 
Capacitors. Contact James P. Sherry, Plant Man- 
ager. Phone: 802 476-4146. 

72 Times-Argus Association, Inc., 540 North Main 
Street (P.O. Box 707). Daily afternoon 
newspaper — The Times-Argus. Contact George J. 
Gladding, General Manager. Phone: 802 479-0191. 

31 Twin City Custom Sandblast, Inc., 32 Granite 
Street. Custom granite sandblasting. Contact 
Paul H. Trottier, President. Phone: 802 476-8718. 

BEECHER FALLS 

53 Beecher Falls Furniture Division of Ethan Allen, 
Inc. Manufacturer of bedroom furniture. Contact 
Marshall Ames, General Manager. Phone: 802 
266-3355. 

BELLOWS FALLS 

72 Miller Publishers, Inc., P.O. Box 430. Newspapers. 
Contact Max Miller, President. Phone: 802 
463-3149. 

74 Mountain Paper Products Corporation, Mill Street. 
Paper: colored school art, construction, poster, 
drawing. Contact Robert D. Warner, General Man- 
ager. Phone: 802 463-4514. 

74 Robertson Paper Company, Inc., P.O. Box 1. 
Wrapping paper; coated, oiled and waxed papers. 
Contact Samuel A. Lewis, President. Phone: 802 
463-3333. 

74 Standard Paper Company, Inc., P.O. Box 191, 
Granger Street. Manufacturer of gummed papers 
and reinforced gummed tapes (plain and printed). 
Contact Reginald W. Brown, Plant Manager. 
Phone: 802 463-4544 or 802 463-4545. 

40 Whitney Blake Company, Industrial Drive (P.O. 
Box 310). Power supply, power coiled and shaver 
cords. Contact B.R. Filieo, Plant Manager. Phone: 
802 463-4561. 

BENNINGTON 

72 The Banner Publishing Corporation, 425 Main 
Street. Newspaper publishing, Bennington Banner, 
and commercial printing. Contact Kelton B. Miller, 
Publisher. Phone: 802 442-6300. 

74 Ben-Mont Corporation, Ben-Mont Avenue. Christ- 
mas gift wrapping, all occasion gift wrapping and 
rotogravure inks. Contact R.W. Higbee, President. 
Phone: 802 442-6331. 



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17 Bennington Potters, Inc., 324 County Street. Man- 
ufacturer of dinnerware and decorative accessories 
(stoneware). Contact David Gil, President. Phone: 

802 447-7531. 

66 Bijur Lubricating Corporation, Kocher Drive. Man- 
ufacturer of lubricating pumps, metering equipment 
and spraymist coolant systems. Contact S.M. 
Babson, Plant Manager. Phone: 802 442-6381. 

37 Fairdale Farms, Inc., West Road. Milk processing 
and packing. Contact Lewie C. Dodge, Vice Presi- 
dent, Processing. Phone: 802 442-6391. 

7 Globe-Union, Inc. , P.O. Box 590, Route 67A. Auto 
storage batteries. Contact James D. Williams, Plant 
Manager. Phone: 802 442-8126. 

66 Lauzon Machine & Engineering, Inc., 757 Main 
Street. Machine building, shop work, machine and 
engineering services. Contact William E. Lauzon, 
President. Phone: 802 442-31 17. 

41 Tansitor Electronics, West Road. Tantalum 
capacitors. Contact David Monks, General Man- 
ager. Phone: 802 442-5473. 

5 Thomson Manufacturing Company, Inc., 230 Main 
Street. Manufacturer of ladies' and children's cotton 
knit underwear and children's cotton and synthetic 
knit sport shirts. Contact Kenneth Thomson, Gen- 
eral Manager. Phone: 802 442-5260. 

40 Union Carbide Corporation, Battery Products Divi- 
sion, 401 Gage Street, P.O. Box 440. Dry batteries. 
Contact C.R. Hoffman, Plant Manager. Phone: 802 
442-6301. 

53 Valentine Mill Furniture Corporation, 304 Rear 
Pleasant Street. Manufacturer of Pine occasional 
tables. Contact B. Lazarus, President. Phone: 802 

447-7708. 

33 Vermont Container Corporation, P.O. Box 648, 
Bowen Road. Manufacturer of corrugated shipping 
containers. Contact Andrew Wargo, General Man- 
ager. Phone: 802 442-5455. 

BETHEL 

65 East Bethel Mill, Inc., RD 1 . Lumber. Contact R.A. 
Hyde, President. Phone: 802 763-7303. 

105 Eastfield Trailer & Manufacturing, Inc., junction of 
Routes 107 and 12. Manufacturer of custom-built 
tag trailers, gooseneck and swan-type trailers and 
Eagle stoves. Contact Richard J. Levasseur, Presi- 
dent. Phone: 802 234-9666. 

66 Vermont Mold and Tool, Inc., Division of G-W 
Plastic Engineers, Inc. Tools and dies. Contact 
Gosta Mattsson, Vice President. Phone: 802 
234-9941. 



BRADFORD 

65 Bradford Veneer & Panel Company, Inc., Mill 
Street. Hardwood plywood. Contact Wallace J. 
Farr, President. Phone: 802 222-5241. 

99 Channel Mills, Inc. Double knit fabrics. Contact 
Robert Rome, General Manager. Phone: 802 

222-5275. 

21 Northlands Development Corporation, P.O. Box 
115. Manufacturer of prefabricated building compo- 
nents and prefabricated houses. Contact Wayne 
Chalmers, Plant Superintendent. Phone: 802 
222-5761. 
BRANDON 

41 Brandon Coils, P.O. Box 256. Coils, transformers, 
assembly services. Contact Bernard H. Hussels, 
Manager. Phone: 802 247-681 1 . 

27 Old Fox Chemical, Inc., P.O. Box 117. Commer- 
cial fertilizers, agricultural chemical and mixed field 
and lawn seeds. Contact Daniel H. Swett, Manager. 
Phone: 802 247-6874. 

BRATTLEBORO 

49 Agway, Inc., P.O. Box 814, 184 Vernon Street. 
Animal and poultry feeds. Contact Stanley F. 
Juscen, Manager. Phone: 802 254-4515. 

83 American Book-Stratford Press, Inc., Composing 
Room Division, P.O. Box 810, Putney Road. Com- 
position for book manufacturing. Contact Jerome 
Mulcahy, Manager. Phone: 802 254-6073. 

43 American Optical Corporation, Box 815, Putney 
Road. Optical lenses. Contact Robert E. Lee, Plant 
Manager. Phone: 802 254-2341. 

71 R. V. Anderson & Sons, Inc., P.O. Box 278. Organ 
pipes. Contact Robert V. Anderson, Jr., President. 
Phone: 802 254-6915. 

65 Boise Cascade Corporation, Specialty Paperboard 
Division, P.O. Box 498, Putney Road. Pressboards, 
electrical insulating papers, fiberboard specialties 
and special industrial papers. Contact John 
Wasserlein, General Manager. Phone: 802 
257-0365. 

65 Brattleboro Kiln Drying & Milling Company, Inc., 
Box 296, 36 Frost Street. Kiln drying, hardwood 
dimension stock for furniture manufacturers. Con- 
tact Irwin Elkins, General Manager. Phone: 802 
254-4528. 

65 Brattleboro Wood Products, P.O. Box 822. 
Hardwood dimension lumber. Contact Robert 
Richardson, Plant Manager. Phone: 802 257-1316. 

65 Cersosimo Lumber Company, RFD 3, Vernon 
Road. Kiln drying, lumber, gunstocks. Contact 
Anthony Cersosimo, Treasurer. Phone: 802 
254-4508. 



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83 The Stephen Greene Press, Box 1000, Fessenden 
Road, Indian Flat. Book publishing. Contact 
Stephen Greene, President. Phone: 802 257-7757. 

5 H. Margolin & Company, Inc., Putnam Park. 
Ladies' handbags. Contact David Zimmerman, Ad- 
ministrator. Phone: 802 254-4594. 

79 Melsur Corporation, P.O. Box 612, Old Ferry 
Road. Molded melamine plastic furniture parts and 
casket shells. Contact Jason G. Doubleday, Presi- 
dent. Phone: 802 254-4531. 

83 The Spencer Press Corporation, 138 Elliot Street. 
Commercial printing — letterpress and offset. Con- 
tact Jon Gehly, President. Phone: 802 254-5313. 

87 Vitri-Forms, Inc., P.O. Box 208. Lasers, scientific 
apparatus and hand-blown glass flowers, jewelry 
and animals. Contact Lawrence W. Nelson, Presi- 
dent. Phone: 802 254-5235. 

BRISTOL 

83 The Bristol Press, 58 Maple Street. Commercial 
printing — letterpress and offset. Contact Lyndon E. 
Fish, Owner-Manager. Phone: 802 453-2442. 

65 Claire Lathrop Band Mill. Hardwood and softwood 
lumber — rough sawn, kiln dried, planed. Contact 
Claire Lathrop. Phone: 802 453-3606. 

BURLINGTON 

12 Clicquot Club Bottling Company of Vermont, Inc., 
P.O. Box 7, 212 Battery Street. Carbonated 
beverages — Clicquot Club, Royal Crown Cola, 
Maxie, Nesbitts. Contact James Fayette, President. 
Phone:802 864-7418. 

12 Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Burlington, 266 
Pine Street. Soft drinks. Contact Lee Kilburn, Presi- 
dent. Phone: 802 863-3481. 

66 Edlund Company, Inc., Box 929, 159 Industrial 
Parkway. Food products machinery. Contact 
Willett S. Foster, President. Phone: 802 862-9661. 

53 Green Mountain Industries, Inc., 431 Pine Street. 
Wood furniture. Contact Philip R. Leclerc, Vice 
President. Phone: 802 864-5773. 

37 H. P. Hood, Inc., 187 South Winooski Avenue. 
Cottage cheese, butter, powdered dairy products. 
Contact Allen Dickey, Manager. Phone: 802 
864-4561. 

83 George Little Press, Inc., 750 Pine Street. Offset 
lithography: advertising brochures, catalogs, forms, 
books. Contact George Little, Jr., President. Phone: 
802 658-3300. 

50 John McKenzie Packing Company, Inc., Box 563. 
Sausage products, smoked hams and bacon. Contact 
John G. McKenzie, President. Phone: 802 
864-4585. 



5 Maternities, Inc., 127-!/2 College Street. Maternity 
clothes; ladies' sportswear. Contact Andrew Russo, 
Manager. Phone: 802 864-9019. 
83 The Perry Press, 98 South Winooski Avenue. Gen- 
eral commercial printing and job shop. Contact 
Vincent J. Sessa, Owner. Phone: 802 862-1830. 

53 Provencher Furniture & Mattress Company, Inc., 
276 North Avenue. Mattresses, studio couches, 
upholstery. Contact Lawrence Provencher, Presi- 
dent. Phone: 802 863-3911. 

83 Queen City Printers, Inc., 701 Pine Street. Com- 
mercial printing — letterpress and offset lithography. 
Contact Richard W. Schillhammer, President. 
Phone: 802 864-4566. 

76 Roy's Orthopedic, Inc., 175 Pearl Street. Or- 
thopedic and prosthetic products. Contact 
Armand L. Roy, President. Phone: 802 863-4591. 

50 Vermont Maple Orchards, Inc., P.O. Box 371. 
Maple syrup, sugar and candy. Contact F.W. Rees, 
General Manager. Phone: 802 878-4457. 

95 Vermont Structural Steel Corporation, P.O. Box 
610, 207 Flynn Avenue. Fabricated structural steel, 
fabricated plate work, miscellaneous metal work. 
Contact Robert W. Moore, President. Phone: 802 
864-9841. 

79 E. B. & A. C. Whiting Company, 1 Howard Street. 
Plastic monofilaments, brush and broom fibers. 
Contact Everett C. Bailey, President. Phone: 802 
863-6333. 

CABOT 

44 Cabot Farmers' Co-op Creamery Company, Inc. 

Milk, cream, butter, cottage cheese, cheddar 

cheese. Contact Robert P. Davis, General Manager. 

Phone: 802 563-2231. 

CAMBRIDGEPORT 
93 Good Medicine, Box 9, Main Street. Canvas tents. 

Contact David Woodsfellow, President. Phone: 802 

463-9355. 

CASTLETON 

4 Beautyguard of Castleton, Vermont, Inc., Box 276. 
Seamless aluminum siding. Contact Stanley Curran, 
President. Phone: 802 468-5583. 

CHARLOTTE 

68 Garden Way Research, P.O. Box 26V. Lawn and 
garden equipment, fireplace equipment, wood burn- 
ing stoves. Contact Peter J. Coleman, General 
Manager. Phone: 802 425-2137. 

CHESTER 

83 The National Survey. Maps, brochures, map adver- 
tising. Contact Vincent P. Crocker, President, or 
Edward W. Whelan, Manager. Phone: 802 
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DERBY 

31 Derby Granite, Inc., P.O. Box 136. Granite curb- 
ing, monuments. Contact Irio Bianchi, President. 

66 Estabrook Engineering Company, Inc., P.O. Box 
16, Route 111. Prototype tools, jigs and fixtures; 
production parts. Contact Ralph W. Estabrook, 
President. Phone: 802 766-5596. 

DERBY LINE 

66 Butterfield Division, Litton Industrial Products, Inc. 
Taps, dies, reamers, counterbores. Contact D.J. 
Hunter, Plant Manager. Phone: 802 873-3106. 

DUXBURY 

71 The Tourin Musica, Box 575. Harpsichords, string 
instruments. Contact Jack Tourin or Pete Tourin. 

ELY 

65 Britton Lumber Company, Inc. Hardwood and 
softwood lumber, trusses, panels. Contact Allen H. 
Britton, Jr., President. Phone: 802 333-4388. 

ENOSBURG FALLS 

83 Green Mountain Printing & Publishing, Inc., Route 
105. Offset printing. Contact Stanley Blodgett, Pres- 
ident. Phone: 802 933-2165. 

72 O'Shea Publishing Company, Inc. Newspapers: 
Swanton Courier, Enosburg Standard, St. Ablans 
Leader, Richford Journal Gazette, RFD: Vermont 
Farm News. Contact Bernard G. O'Shea, Owner 
and Publisher. Phone: 802 933-4375. 

ESSEX JUNCTION 

83 Essex Publishing Company, Inc., Box 296, 44 Park 
Street. Commercial printing, typesetting, offset 
lithography, pamphlet binding. Contact Proctor H. 
Page, Jr., President. Phone: 802 878-3356. 

GRAFTON 

37 Grafton Village Cheese Company, Inc. Cheddar 
cheese. Contact W.J. van den Bergh, President. 
Phone: 802 843-2444. 

GRANVILLE 

65 Granville Manufacturing Company, Inc.. Wood 
bowls, Spruce clapboards. Contact Frank A. 
Howlett, Owner. 

HANCOCK 

65 Weyerhaeuser Company, Route 100. Plywood. 
Contact James Paasch, Plant Manager. Phone: 802 
767-5311. 

HINESBURG 

105 Iroquois Manufacturing Company, Inc., Box E, 
Richmond Road. Truck bodies, garden carts, snow 
machine trailers. Contact Dale R. Dawson, Presi- 
dent. Phone: 802 482-2155. 



JACKSONVILLE 

50 Coombs Maple Products, Inc. Maple syrup, sugar 
and cream and apple syrup. Contact Robert G. 
Coombs, Jr., President. Phone: 802 368-2345. 

JOHNSON 

65 Manchester Lumber, Inc., Box 27. Lumber. Contact 
R. Henry Manchester, President. Phone: 802 

635-2315. 

LUDLOW 

99 Jewell Brook Mills, Inc., Drawer F, Route 100. 
Wool and synthetic piece goods. Contact Karl Holl, 
President. Phone: 802 228-4966. 

99 Manchester Fiber, Inc., 16 Mill Street. Textile yarn. 
Contact Kenneth H. Tucker, Manager. Phone: 802 

228-7711. 

LUNENBURG 

72 The Stinehour Press. Books, publications. Contact 
Roderick D. Stinehour, President. Phone: 802 
328-2507. 

LYNDONVILLE 

76 Dairy Association Company, Inc. Animal ointment, 
animal vitamin and mineral supplement. Contact 
John L. Norris, Jr., President. Phone: 802 
626-3610. 

MANCHESTER 

93 The Orvis Company, Inc. Bamboo and glass fishing 
rods. Contact Howard Steere, Superintendent. 
Phone: 802 362-1300. 

MIDDLEBURY 

83 The Addison Press, Inc., P.O. Box 31, 20- Vi Main 

Street. Weekly newspaper, commercial printing — 
letterpress and offset. Contact William J. Slator, 
President. 

27 Agway Blend Plant, Box 636. Fertilizer blends. 
Contact Gerard J. Brouillard, Manager. Phone: 802 
388-6274. 

49 Agway, Inc., P.O. Box 661. Animal and poultry 
feeds. Contact Alonzo C. Audet, Manager. Phone: 
802 388-6331. 

113 Cinchpac, Inc., Box 707. Packaged shoe shine, spot 
remover, nail polish remover. Contact C. Andrew 
Kaiser, President. Phone: 802 388-6345. 

22 The Standard Register Company, Route 7 South. 
Business forms. Contact Edmund A. Osborne, Plant 
Manager. Phone: 802 388-7911. 

MONTGOMERY 

103 Montgomery Schoolhouse, Inc., P.O. Box 33. 
Wooden toys, gift accessories. Contact Daniel E. 
Woodward, President. Phone: 802 326-4272. 



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MONTPELIER 

83 Capital City Press, Inc., Box 546. Commercial and 
job printing, books and magazines. Contact Charles 
Parker, Jr., President. Phone: 802 223-5207. 

83 The Leahy Press, Inc., P.O. Box 254, 136 State 
Street. Offset and letterpress job printing. Contact 
Ronald Kowalkowski, Owner. Phone: 802 
223-2100. 

79 Reddy Company, Inc., P.O. Box 779. Plastic infant 
products, custom molding. Contact Gordon R. 
Wilkinson, President. Phone: 802 229-0571. 

MORRISVILLE 

66 Greene Corporation, Box 752. Custom machine 
work, welding. Contact Frederic M. Greene, Presi- 
dent. Phone: 802 888-3311. 

72 The News & Citizen Corporation, Brooklyn Street. 
Weekly newspapers. The News & Citizen, The 
Transcript; job printing, letterpress and offset. Con- 
tact Clyde A. Limoge, Publisher. Phone: 802 
888-2212. 
MOSCOW 

65 Little River Wood Products, Box 206. Wood pack- 
age handles, wood turnings, wooden toys and novel- 
ties. Contact Edmund S. Kelley, President. Phone: 
802 253-7345. 
NEWPORT 

50 American Maple Products Corporation, P.O. Box 
685. Maple syrup, candy and sugar. Contact 
Edward S. Doubleday, President. Phone: 802 
334-6516. 

37 Elmwood Dairy, Inc., Star Route. Dairy products. 
Contact James R. Palin, Secretary. Phone: 802 
334-8125. 

53 Newport Furniture Parts Corporation. Furniture 
parts. Contact Jean M. Laforce, President. Phone: 

802 334-2875. 

79 Newport Plastics Corporation, Box 466, Derby 
Road. Fiberglass aircraft parts, computer housings, 
aircraft seatcovers. Contact Thomas E. Adams, 
General Manager. 

NORTH BENNINGTON 

83 Economy Graphics, Inc., Water Street. Printing and 
binding books, commercial work, printing and 
packaging greeting cards, printing post cards. Con- 
tact William E. Eastler, Jr., President. Phone: 802 
442-6368. 

NORTH SPRINGFIELD 

42 Vermont Research Corporation, Precision Park. 
Magnetic memory drums and systems, magnetic 
memory discs and systems. Contact Hugh M. Taft, 
President. Phone: 802 886-2256. 



NORTH TROY 

42 Space Research Corporation, North Jay Road. Elec- 
tronic and ordnance research and development, air 
traffic control simulation equipment, software de- 
velopment. Contact Dr. G.V. Bull, President. 
Phone: 802 988-4401. 

NORTHFIELD 

31 Cetrangolo Finishing Works, Inc., 11 Main Street. 
Granite memorials, building and curbing granite. 
Contact Dolivio L. Cetrangolo, President. Phone: 
802 485-5711. 

65 Northfield Wood Products Company, Inc., Box 
147. Hardwood brush blocks, Pine and hardwood 
furniture parts, toy parts. Contact Clark Bothfeld, 
President. Phone: 802 485-641 1 . 

99 Rabbitt Hollow Knitting Mill, Inc. Women's knit- 
wear. Contact Eugene O. Nadon, President. Phone: 
802 485-6941. 

ORLEANS 

53 Orleans Division of Ethan Allen, Inc. Wood furni- 
ture. Contact Charles Moran, General Manager. 
Phone:802 754-8521. 

PERKINSVILLE 

72 The Hunter Press. RFD, Box 105. Weekly 
newspaper — The Weathersfield Weekly. Contact 
Armstrong Hunter, Editor, or William Hunter, Pub- 
lisher. Phone: 802 263-5361. 

83 The Red House Press, RFD, Box 105. Commercial 
printing — lithographic and letterpress. Contact 
Armstrong Hunter, President. Phone: 802 263-5361. 

31 Vermont Soapstone Company, Inc., Pond Road. 
Soapstone, soapstone products, fiberglass machine 
covers. Contact T.C. Barton, President. Phone: 802 
263-5404. 

PLYMOUTH 

37 The Plymouth Cheese Corporation, P.O. Box 1. 
Granular curd cheese. Contact John Coolidge, Pres- 
ident, or Arnold P. Butler, Manager. Phone: 802 
672-3650. 

POST MILLS 

65 Malmquist Wood Products, Inc. Hardwood squares 
and dimension stock for the furniture industry. 
Contact Walter A. Malmquist, President. Phone: 
802 333-4377. 
POULTNEY 

83 The Composing Room, Depot Street. 
Photocomposition. Contact Charles W. Colvin, Sr., 
President. Phone: 802 287-9805. 

83 Journal Press, Inc., Depot Street. Offset and letter- 
press commercial printing. Contact Charles W. 
Colvin, Sr., President. Phone: 802 287-9811. 



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5 Kay Windsor, Inc., Main Street. Women's dresses. 
Contact June Durfey, Plant Manager. Phone: 802 
287-9307. 

POWNAL 

65 Northeast Wood Products, Inc. Kiln dried lumber, 
hardwood and softwood. Contact Siegfried Tolle, 
President. Phone: 802 823-7365. 

PUTNEY 

15 Basketville. Baskets, buckets, woodenware, furni- 
ture. Contact C. Holton Wilson, Plant Superinten- 
dent. Phone: 802 387-5509. 

74 Putney Converting Corporation, P.O. Box 226. 
Napkins, toilet tissue, wrapping tissues. Contact 
Earl W. Stockwell, President. Phone: 802 

387-5571. 

74 Putney Paper Company, Inc., P.O. Box 226. Paper 
products. Contact Earl W. Stockwell, President. 
Phone: 802 387-5571. 

RANDOLPH 

65 Branchwood, Inc., 6 Pearl Street. Hardwood dimen- 
sion lumber, edge glued Pine furniture panels. 
Contact Clark Bothfeld, President. Phone: 802 

728-3386. 

72 White River Valley Herald, Pleasant Street. Weekly 
newspaper, job printing. Contact M. Dickey 
Drysdale, Publisher. Phone: 802 728-3232. 

RICHFORD 

49 H. K. Webster Company. Animal and poultry feed 
products. Contact Robert E. Thiel, Plant Manager. 
Phone:802 848-7718. 

RICHMOND 

44 Richmond Cooperative Association, Inc., P.O. Box 
287. Cheese, milk, cream. Contact David C. Arms, 
General Manager. Phone: 802 434-2101. 

RUPERT 

76 J. H. Guild Company, Main Street. Proprietary and 
veterinarian medicines. Contact S.M. Fossel, Presi- 
dent. Phone: 802 394-7733. 

RUTLAND 

3 General Electric Company, 210 Columbian Avenue. 
Blades and vanes for jet engine compressors, special 
hardware for jet engines. Contact J.T. Hermans, 
Acting Manager. Phone: 802 773-9121. 

83 Novak Printing Company, Inc., 53 Washington 
Street. Commercial printing — letterpress and offset. 
Contact William H. Foley, Sr., President. 

73 Rutland Fire Clay Company, Curtis Avenue. Caulk- 
ing, sealants, asphalt coatings and cements, paints 
and paint remover. Contact Donald A. Perkins, 
President. Phone: 802 775-5519. 



65 Rutland Plywood Corporation, P.O. Box 696. Ve- 
neer and plywood. Contact Robert S. Bigelow, 
President. Phone: 802 773-91 1 1 . 

83 Rutland Printing Company, Inc., 54 Strongs Av- 
enue. Job printing — offset, letterpress and "Itek" 
fast printing. Contact James K. Mann, President. 
Phone: 802 775-1948. 

ST. ALBANS 

49 Agway, Inc., P.O. Box 795, Pearl and Walnut 
Street. Animal and poultry feeds. Contact 
Landon A. Davis, Manager. Phone: 802 524-6525. 

68 Leader Evaporator Company, Inc., P.O. Box 588, 
25 Stowell Street. Maple sugar utensils. Contact 
Robert A. Bordeau, Manager. Phone: 802 
524-4966. 

83 The North Country Press, 13-15 Center Street. 
Commercial printing — letterpress and offset. Con- 
tact Donald H. Hill, President. Phone: 802 
524-3592. 

83 Regal Art Press, Box 710, Route 104. Commercial 
printing, letterpress and offset. Contact Edward W. 
Handly, Owner. Phone: 802 524-4855. 

40 Union Carbide Corporation, P.O. Box 671, Swan- 
ton Road. Flashlights. Contact J. B. Alspaugh, Plant 
Manager. Phone: 802 524-2151. 

72 Vermont Publishing Corporation, 281 North Main 
Street. Newspapers — St. Albans Daily Messenger, 
Vermont Sunday News, Northwest News, Graphic 
Offset. Contact Clifton Noyes, General Manager. 
Phone: 802 524-2104. 

ST. JOHNSBURY 

72 Caledonian-Record Publishing Company, Inc., 25 
Federal Street. Daily newspaper — The Caledonia- 
Record. Contact H. Gordon Smith, President. 
Phone: 802 748-8121. 
113 Colt Industries, Inc., Fairbanks Weighing Division, 
711 East St. Johnsbury Road. Industrial weighing 
equipment. Contact Kenneth Hammer, Division 
President. Phone: 802 748-2371. 

40 EHV-Weidman Industries, Inc., P.O. Box 278, 
Memorial Drive. Electrical insulating board and 
parts. Contact Patrick T. Colt, President. Phone: 
802 748-8106. 

50 Maple Grove, Inc., 167 Portland Street. Maple 
candies, sugar, syrup, salad dressing, mint candies, 
compound coating pops. Contact Stephen R. Astle, 
President. Phone: 802 748-2611. 

49 Ralston Purina Company, P.O. Box 158, Bay 
Street. Animal feeds. Contact Clinton R. Seefeldt, 
Area Director of Operations. Phone: 802 748-2351 . 

21 Vemco, Inc., P.O. Box 312. Modular homes. Con- 
tact Charles E. Wiley, General Manager. Phone: 
802 748-2301. 



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SHAFTSBURY 

31 William E. Dailey, Inc., Box 38, RFD. Ready-mix 
concrete, hot mix, sand and gravel. Contact 
William E. Dailey, Jr., Vice President. Phone: 802 
442-6917. 
SHELBURNE 

93 Barrecrafters, P.O. Box 158. Ski poles, ski racks, 
boot trees, bike racks. Contact Richard A. Snelling, 
President. Phone: 802 985-3321 . 

83 Excelsior Press, Falls Road. Commercial printing. 
Contact R.L. Stone or B.J. Stone, Owners. Phone: 
802 985-2659. 

68 Shelburne Industries, Inc., P.O. Box 158. Cup 
hooks, shoulder hooks, caster cups. Contact 
Richard A. Snelling, President. Phone: 802 
985-3321. 
SHOREHAM 

44 Shoreham Cooperative Apple Producers Associa- 
tion, Inc. Apples stored and packed. Contact 
Paul A. Hammack, General Manager. Phone: 802 
897-7400. 

SOUTH LONDONDERRY 

65 Smith, Inc., Box 87. Glued furniture dimension 
stock, hardwoods, Pine. Contact N.W. Smith, Gen- 
eral Manager. Phone: 802 824-5515. 

SOUTH RYEGATE 

31 Chester Rosa Granite Company, Inc. Granite and 
marble markers. Contact John P. Davidson, Presi- 
dent. Phone:802 584-3663. 

SOUTH STAFFORD 

65 Huntington Fence Company. Rail fence. Contact 
James Condict, Owner. Phone: 802 765-6591 . 

SPRINGFIELD 

68 Fellows Corporation, Box 399. Gear cutting, finish- 
ing and grinding machines, gear-measuring instru- 
ments, gear shaper cutters, plastics injection mold- 
ing and extruding machines, twist drills. Contact 
John W. Hutchinson, President. Phone: 802 
886-8333. 

102 Jones & Lamson, 160 Clinton Street. Machine tools, 
optical comparators, precision measuring machines. 
Contact Robert S. Jones, Vice President and Gen- 
eral Manager. Phone: 802 885-2121. 

102 Lovejoy Tool Company, Inc., P.O. Box 709. 
Inserted-blade milling, cutters, replacement blades, 
arbors, flywheels, hones. Contact Gerry T. 
Attridge, President. Phone: 802 885-2195. 

5 72 Vermont Times-Reporter Corporation, P.O. Box 
769, 23 Main Street. Newspapers — The Times- 
Reporter, The Word for the Week, Washington 
World, Vermont Business World. Contact 
Oliver R.B. Stalter, Editor-Publisher. 



21 E. R. Wiggins Builders Supplies, Inc., Charlestown 
Road. Modular homes, wall panels, trusses, 
millwork. Contact William H. Maynes, President. 
Phone: 802 885-2169. 

TOWNSHEND 

103 Mary Meyer Manufacturing Company, Inc., Mary 
Meyer Station. Stuffed toys. Contact Walter F. 
Meyer, President. Phone: 802 365-7793. 
TROY 

37 Yankee Milk, Inc. Milk, powdered milk, dry whey. 
Contact John L. Sumner, Division Superintendent. 
Phone: 802 744-2425. 
VERGENNES 

65 Kennedy Brothers, Inc., 11 Main Street. Wooden- 
ware. Contact Paul T. Kennedy, President. Phone: 
802 877-2975. 

87 Simmonds Precision, Instrument Systems Division, 
Panton Road. Systems for measurement, display, 
control of liquids and gases; special purpose com- 
puters; engine instrumentation. Contact C.V. 
McQuide, Division President. Phone: 802 
877-2911. 
WATERVILLE 

53 Fairmont Woodcraft. Fireside benches, lazy susans, 
jewelry. Contact C.A. Brown, Co-owner. Phone: 
802 644-5039. 
WELLS RIVER 

37 Calabro Cheese Corporation, 15 Cross Street. 
Ricotta and Mozzarella cheese. Contact Joseph 
Calabro, President. Phone: 802 757-2243. 

37 Wells River Creamery, Inc., 15 Cross Street. Italian 
style cheeses. Contact Joseph Calabro, President. 
Phone: 802 757-2243. 

74 Wells River Paper Company, 27 Mill Street. Car- 
bonizing papers. Contact George A. Leonard, Vice 
President. Phone: 802 757-2142. 
WEST RUTLAND 

68 Industrial Design & Machine Corporation, 40 Mar- 
ble Street. Tool, jigs, fixtures, special machinery 
design, assembly, screw machine. Contact S. Ray 
Thornton, President. Phone: 802 438-5123. 
WESTFIELD 

35 Rozelle, Inc. Cosmetics — toiletries, beauty kits. 
Contact Mrs. Rosel W. Brittain, President. Phone: 
802 744-2270. 

WESTMINSTER STATION 

80 Northeastern Culvert Corporation, P.O. Box 40. 
Corrugated galvanized steel and aluminum culvert 
pipe, structural plate pipe. Contact Albert P. Oot, 
Jr., President. Phone: 802 722-3359. 

WESTON 

65 Weston Bowl Mill. Woodenware. Contact Samuel 
Lloyd, President. Phone: 802 824-6219. 



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37 Billings Farm, Inc., P.O. Box 278. Milk and dairy 
products. Contact Vaughan Truell, General Man- 
ager. Phone: 802 295-3255. 

10 New England Baking Company, 31 North Main 
Street. 

WILLISTON 

93 North American Alloys & Synthetics, Ltd., 15 
Commerce Street. Ski poles, tent poles, pack 
frames, kayak braces, aluminum snow shoes; plat- 
ing: cadmium, black oxide, zinc, aluminum anodiz- 
ing. Contact M. Birger Benson, President. Phone: 
802 864-0135. 

31 Frank W. Whitcomb Construction Corporation, In- 
dustrial Avenue. Bituminous asphalt, processed 
aggregate, Sakrete concrete mixes. Contact 
Carlisle J. Coates, General Manager. Phone: 802 
864-5375. 

WINDSOR 

66 Cone-Blanchard Machine Company, P.O. Box 27. 
Multiple spindle automatic bar and chucking 
machines, vertical rotary surface grinders, vertical 
universal precision grinders. Contact Glenn D. 
Babbitt, President and General Manager. Phone: 
802 674-2161. 

85 The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, P.O. Box 
28, River Street. Rubber heels, soles, soling sheets. 
Contact Richard G. Cummings, Plant Manager. 
Phone:802 674-2151. 

WINOOSKI 

41 Haveg Industries, Inc., P.O. Box 7. Insulated wire, 
PC board assemblies, cable assemblies. Contact 
David Binch, General Manager. Phone: 802 
655-2121. 

66 Hazelett Strip-Casting Corporation, Box 98. Con- 
tinuous casting machines. Contact R. William 
Hazelett, President. Phone: 802 863-6376. 

68 Paulus Tool & Die, 156 West Street. Jigs, fixtures, 
gages, dies, automatic machinery, machine shop. 
Contact Henry G. Paulus, Owner. Phone: 802 
655-1933. 

WOLCOTT 

65 Vermont Weatherboard, Inc., Route 15. Barnboard 
replica manufactured from new lumber. Contact 
Noel L. Lussier, President. Phone: 802 472-5513. 

WOODSTOCK 

113 Poma Aerial Tramways, Inc., 56 Pleasant Street. 



VIRGINIA 

BREMO BLUFF 

82 Bremo Bluff Power Station, Virginia Electric and 
Power Company. Electric generating station. Vis- 
itors observe the operation of major equipment used 
in the generation of electricity. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 2 
hours. Group number: 50 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Contact CM. Charlton, 
Station Superintendent. Phone: 804 842-3201. 

CULPEPER 

61 Rental Uniform Services of Culpeper, Inc., 555 
James Madison Highway. Industrial laundry. Vis- 
itors tour the plant and office areas, and see how 
items are processed. Tours Monday through Thurs- 
day, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. 
Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice pre- 
ferred. Small children must be accompanied by an 
adult. Contact Mrs. Pat Yates, Secretary to the 
President. Phone: 703 825-2300. 

FRANKLIN 

66 Franklin Equipment Company, Council and Carver 
Roads. Manufacturer of tree harvesting 
equipment — "Franklin Logger," axles and trans- 
missions. Tour includes welding, metal fabrication, 
assembly lines, final assembly, axle assembly, 
transmission assembly, gear cutting and machining 
operations. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 
4 p.m.; weekends by special arrangements. Tour 
length: 1 hour. No tours the last week of June. 
Group number: 75 maximum. Advance notice pre- 
ferred. Contact Clyde E. Parker, Industrial Relations 
Manager, or James Keene, Plant Manager. Phone: 
804 562-6111. 

LEESBURG 

56 Washington ARTC Center, Route 7. Government 
Air Traffic Control facility. Visitors tour the opera- 
tional control room of an en route Air Traffic 
Control facility. Tours daily, 8-1 1 a.m., 1-2:30 p.m. 
and 3:15-4:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 35 maximum. Advance notice of 3 days 
required. Prior clearance required from the FAA, 
Office of International Aviation Affairs, 800 Inde- 
pendence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20591, 
Attn: AIA-30. No cameras permitted. Groups of 
children under 14 require one adult for each eight 
children. Contact the Training Officer (EPDO). 
Phone: 703 777-4400, Ext. 216. 

MONTEREY 

47 Virginia Trout Company, Inc. Trout hatchery. Vis- 
itors see the raising and processing of fresh water 
trout. Self-guided tours, Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Phone: 703 468-2980. 






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NORFOLK 

Portsmouth Power Station, Virginia Electric and 
Power Company, P.O. Box 329. Electric generating 
station. Visitors see the operation of major equip- 
ment used in the generation of electricity. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 2 hours. Group number: 50 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Contact L.F. 
Rieder, Station Superintendent. Phone: 804 
487-2541. 



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Thalhimer's Industrial Sales Corporation, 1925 
Westmoreland Avenue. Commercial interior 
designers and furnishers. Showroom displays office 
settings, open landscape planning, accessories for 
offices and wall treatments for contract or business 
interiors. Tours Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. 
to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 
20 maximum. Written notice of 3 weeks required. 
Contact Mr. E. Applequist, Vice President-General 
Manager, or Mrs. W. Lescallette, Assistant Man- 
ager. Phone: 804 257-7111, Ext. 311. 



PORTSMOUTH 

88 Portsmouth Terminals, Inc., 2000 Seaboard Av- 
enue, (P.O. Drawer 7098). Marine terminal. Tour 
consists of the warehouse facilities, container mar- 
shalling yards, open storage areas, ship operation 
areas, fumigation facilities and other facilities per- 
taining to marine terminal operations. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. Group number: 1 bus load. (Transportation 
must be provided.) Advance notice required. Tours 
are restricted to business groups due to size of 
terminal operating company. Children under 16 not 
admitted. Contact W.J. Keown. Phone: 804 
397-7081. 



ROANOKE 

18 WSLS-TV, 3rd Street and Church Avenue, S.W. 
Broadcasting. Tour includes studios, master control 
and shipping department. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 
minutes. Group number: 35 maximum. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. Contact Sandra Fox, 
Operations Secretary. Phone: 703 344-9226. 



SANDY LEVEL 

82 Smith Mountain Visitor's Center, Route 1. An 
educational experience in the methods of hydro- 
electric power production. Open daily, 10 a.m. to 6 
p.m. Phone:703 297-5114. 



RICHMOND 

101 The American Tobacco Company, Virginia Branch, 
26th and East Cary Streets (Mailing address: P.O. 
Box 27531). Cigarette manufacturer. Tour includes 
an explanation and view of actual cigarette manufac- 
turing and packaging operations. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 40 
minutes. No tours the week of July 4 and week of 
December 25. Advance notice required for groups of 
more than 9. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Contact Mrs. D.S. Ligon. Phone: 804 643-5341. 



SMITHFIELD 

67 ITT Gwaltney, Inc., P.O. Box 489. Pork slaughter- 
ing and processing — quality hams, bacon and sau- 
sages. An audio- visual slide presentation is followed 
by a tour of the dry curing process area where 
Smithfield Hams are processed. Tours Monday 
through Friday, late morning or mid-afternoon. Tour 
length: 40-60 minutes. Group number: 40 maxi- 
mum. Written notice of 6 weeks required. No 
cameras permitted. Contact Herb DeGroft, 
Personnel/Safety Manager. Phone: 804 357-3131. 



101 Philip Morris U.S.A., 3601 Commerce Road (Exit 

8, Bells Road from 1-95). Cigarettes. Motorized (or 
walking) tour of production machinery, with a visit 
to the tobacco museum and manufacturing exhibit 
area. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. No tours the week 
of July 4 and week between Christmas and New 
Year's. Group number: 60 maximum. Written 
notice of 6 weeks required for groups of more than 

9. No cameras permitted. Contact T.G. Adair, 
Manager of Visitor Tours. Phone: 804 271-3342. 



STAUNTON 

68 American Safety Razor Company, P.O. Box 500. 
Manufacturer of shaving blades and razors and 
blades for industrial use. A general plant tour is 
followed by a question-and-answer session. Tours 
by appointment only. Tour length: 2 hours. No tours 
the last week in July, first week in August and week 
of December 25. Group number: 10-40. Written 
notice of 2 months required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
W.L. (Bill) Hall, Manager, Public Relations. 
Phone: 703 886-0751, Ext. 304. 



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WEST POINT 

74 The Chesapeake Corporation of Virginia. Manufac- 
turer of kraft pulp, paper, paperboard and bleached 
pulp. A brief presentation on chemical processes is 
followed by a walking tour of the wood yard, 
debarker area and chipper area. The tour concludes 
with a look at the pulp and paper machines and the 
finished products. Tours Tuesday through Friday, 
9-10 a.m. and 1-2:30 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. No 
tours the week of July 4 and between Christmas and 
New Year's. Group number: 12 maximum. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact Walton B. Evans or A.T. 
Dill. Phone: 804 843-5372 or 804 843-5373. 



YORKTOWN 

75 Amoco Oil Company, P.O. Box 578. Petroleum 
refining. A briefing on the Yorktown refinery is 
followed by a ride through the refinery that takes 
you past the operating units, tank farms and a view 
of the marine terminal. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 1 vehicle (bus or car). Written notice 
of 6 weeks required. No cameras or sketches permit- 
ted. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact R.A. 
Smith, Tour Coordinator. Phone: 804 898-5320. 



108 Virginia Electric & Power Company, 428 Water- 
view Road, P.O. Box 571. Electrical generation. 
Tour includes a brief explanation of electrical gener- 
ation theory and a walking tour of the generating 
facilities (boiler, turbine, generator and central con- 
trol rooms). Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. 
to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. Group number: 
4-20. Advance notice of 1 week required. Children 
under 14 not admitted. Contact the Station Superin- 
tendent or Efficiency Engineer. Phone: 804 
898-7211. 



WASHINGTON 

BELLINGHAM 

72 The BellinghamlSunday Herald, 1155 State Street. 
Newspaper. A short briefing is followed by a tour of 
the newsroom, composing room, paste-up, camera 
and letterflex plate department, pressroom and mail 
room. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 60 minutes. Group number: 5-15. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Children under 
10 not admitted. Contact John Anderson, Promotion 
Coordinator. Phone: 206 734-3900, Ext. 48. 



74 Georgia-Pacific Corporation, Bellingham Division, 
300 Laurel Street. Pulp, paper and chemicals. Tour 
follows the process of chipping logs through pulp- 
ing, bleaching, drying, papermaking and converting 
to tissue products. Tours weekdays, from June 1 to 
September 15, 2 p.m. only. Tour length: 80 min- 
utes. No tours July 3-7. Group number: 40 maxi- 
mum. Written notice of 6 weeks required. Swedish, 
Spanish, Finnish and German translation available. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact Orman Darby, Public 
Relations Manager. Phone: 206 733-4410. 

14 Uniflite, Inc., 9th and Harris Avenue. Boat 
manufacturer — fiberglass boats for recreational, 
commercial and naval use. Tour includes shops and 
assembly lines. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 
5-25. Advance notice of 1 day required. Children 
under 12 not admitted. Contact William Crawford. 
Phone: 206 676-6289. 



CAMAS 

66 Tidland Corporation, 2363 S.E. 8th Avenue. Man- 
ufacturer of air-expanding shafts, chucks and allied 
products for the paper converting industry. Tour 
includes the office and shop, with an explanation of 
products and usage. Tours weekdays, 8:30 a.m. to 
4:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the last 
week of July and first week of August. Group 
number: 2-10. Written notice of 6 weeks required. 
German and Spanish translation available. Contact 
Boren Biswas. Phone: 206 834-3541. 

CASHMARE 

32 Liberty Orchards Company, Inc., 112-123 Mission 
Street. Candy manufacturer. A brief lecture is fol- 
lowed by a tour of the cooking and packing opera- 
tions. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:45 
p.m. Tour length: 15 minutes. Group number: 30 
maximum. Advance notice preferred for large 
groups. Children under 10 must be accompanied by 
an adult. Contact Louise Fegley, Office Manager. 
Phone:509 782-2191. 

DAYTON 

50 Green Giant Company, 711 East Main. Food 
processing — asparagus and green peas. Tour of 
processing facilities only. Tours daily from mid- 
April to August 1, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 45 minutes. No cameras or sketches permit- 
ted. Small children must be accompanied by an 
adult. Contact C.J. Hailing, Personnel Supervisor. 
Phone:509 382-2511. 



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KELSO 

14 Tollycraft Corporation, 2200 Clinton Avenue. Man- 16 

ufacturer of pleasure craft and commercial boats. 
Tour is conducted through the different stages of 
boat construction. Tours Monday through Friday, 
1:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours last 
week of July, first week of August and last two 
weeks in December. Group number: 6 maximum. 
Advance notice preferred. No sketches permitted. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Jerry Todd. 
Phone:206 423-5160. 

65 
LONGVIEW 

3 Aerocar, Inc., 967 — 3rd Avenue. Manufacturer of 
experimental light aircraft and flying automobiles. 
Open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. No 
tours the first two weeks in August. Group number: 
10 maximum. Advance notice preferred. Children 
under 10 not admitted. Contact M.B. Taylor. Phone: 42 

206 423-8260. 



Reynolds Metals Company, 4029 Industrial Way. 
Aluminum. Complete riding tour of the production 
facility. Tours Thursday, 1 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 
hours. Written notice of 6 weeks required. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact Gale Long, Personnel Repre- 
sentative. Phone: 206 425-2800. 



65 Weyerhaeuser Company. Tours leave from the 
Guest House Monday through Friday, mid- June 
through Labor Day, at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. 
Group tours by appointment only the remainder of 
the year. Because of the distance between mill units, 
visitors must provide their own transportation. Chil- 
dren under 12 not admitted. Arrangements for large -^ 
groups should be made with the Weyerhaeuser 
Public Relations Office in Longview. Phone: 206 
425-2150. 



MOUNTLAKE TERRACE 

87 John Fluke Manufacturing Company, Inc., 7001 — 
220th S.W. Manufacturer of electronic test and 
measurement instruments and systems. Tours Tues- 72 

day and Thursday by appointment, 9- 1 1 :30 a.m. and 
1:30-3 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group 
number: 20-60. Written notice of 6 weeks required. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
16 not admitted. Contact Bill Stern. Phone: 206 
774-2376. 



OLYMPIA 

Olympia Brewing Company, Custer Way and 
Schmidt Place, P.O. Box 947. Brewery — Olympia 
Beer and Hamm's Beer. Complete guided tours of 
the brewing and packaging facilities. Tours daily, 8 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group 
number: 30 maximum. Advance notice required for 
groups of more than 30. Children under 16 must be 
accompanied by an adult. Contact Don M. Lee, 
Public Relations Manager. Phone: 206 754-5210. 

RAYMOND 

Weyerhaeuser Company. Lumber. Tours Monday 
through Friday from June 5 through October 5, 10 
a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 2-20. German translation available. Pre- 
school children not admitted. Phone: 206 942-2442. 

RICHLAND 

Atlantic Richfield Hanford Company - Hanford 
Science Center, P.O. Box 250, Federal Building. 
Energy research and development. Colorful graphic 
displays, models and manipulative exhibits are used 
to portray the role the Energy Research and De- 
velopment Administration in the development of 
nuclear and other energy sources. Also located at the 
Center is the official ERDA Waste Management 
Reading Room. Conducted tours available on re- 
quest. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 
p.m. and Sunday, 1-5 p.m. During the summer 
months the Center is open to the public Monday 
through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday, 12 
noon to 9 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes with movie. 
Group number: 20 maximum. Advance notice pre- 
ferred for all groups and required for groups of more 
than 20. Contact W.C. Bowen, Representative. 
Phone: 509 942-6374. 

SEATTLE 

Rainier Brewing Company, Inc., 3100 Airport Way 
South. Brewery. Tours Monday through Friday, 1-6 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 3-15. 
Advance notice required for large groups. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact Carol 
Dwoskin, Consumer Relations Manager. Phone: 
206 622-2600. 

TACOMA 

The Tacoma News Tribune, 1950 South State Street. 
Newspaper plant. Visitors see all aspects of produc- 
ing the newspaper. Tours Tuesday through Thurs- 
day, 1 p.m. Tour length: 75 minutes. Group 
number: 10-30. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. 
Children under 1 1 not admitted. Contact the Promo- 
tion Department. Phone: 206 597-8561. 



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WANAPUM DAM 

38 Wanapum Dam, five miles south of Vantage, where 
Interstate 90 crosses the Columbia River, 45 miles 
southwest of Ephrata on State Highway 243. The 
Tour Center is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., April 
15 through June 10; 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., June 11 
through September 15; and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., 
September 16 through October 31. The Fish View- 
ing Room is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
year-round. Special group tours may be arranged by 
writing to the Public Affairs Officer, P.U.D. of 
Grant County, Box 878, Ephrata, Washington 
98823. Phone:509 754-3541. 



WENATCHEE 

108 Public Utility District No. 1 of Chelan County, 327 
North Wenatchee Avenue (P.O. Box 1231). Hydro- 
electric power. All exhibits arranged for self-guided 
touring. Guided tours to the generators and turbines 
by reservation only. Tours daily. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 4-30. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Children under 12 must be accom- 
panied by adults. Contact Shirley Byquist, Adminis- 
trative Secretary. Phone: 509 663-8121. 



38 Rocky Reach Dam, on Columbia River 7 miles 
north of Wenatchee on U.S. 97. Self-guided tour- 
ing. Visitor Center: fish viewing room (look a 
Salmon in the eye), movies and murals. Pow- 
erhouse: Gallery of the Columbia — interpretive 
exhibits of local geology, prehistory and history. 
Gallery of Electricity — historical development of 
electric energy; view of spillway and fish ladders; 
changing art, floral and hobby exhibits. Tours to 
generators and turbines by reservation only. Open 
daily, 8 a.m. to sunset. 



WOODINVILLE 

111 St. Michelle Vineyards, south of Woodinville on 
Bothell-Redmond Highway. Vineyards and 
winery — Granada and Hadassim Wines. Tour of 
winery with an explanation of wines and wine- 
making procedure and wine tasting. Tours daily, 10 
a.m. to 6 p.m. Tour length: 45-60 minutes. Vintage, 
an especially interesting time at the winery, takes 
place from September 15 through November 1. 
Advance notice required for large groups. French 
and Italian translation available. Contact Mr. 
Charles Finkel, Director of Marketing, or Mr. 
Robert Betz, Director of Hospitality. Phone: 206 
485-9721. 



YAKIMA 

65 Boise Cascade Corporation, 805 North 7th Street. 
Wood products. Tour is through the plywood plant 
with a description of the processes involved. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 15 maximum (exceptions by 
special arrangement). Advance notice preferred. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Ernie 
Crothers or Lynn Edgerton. Phone: 509 453-3131. 

WEST VIRGINIA 

BEVERLY 

89 Bata Shoe Company. Canvas footwear manufac- 
turer. Visitors observe canvas shoes being made 
from raw material, including cutting, sewing, injec- 
tion, finishing and dispatching. Tours by appoint- 
ment only. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours the last 
week in July and first week in August. Advance 
notice required. Contact Mr. Albert F. Kotras, Plant 
Manager. Phone: 304 335-2224. 



CHARLESTON 

37 Valley Bell Dairy Company, Inc., Roane and Dela- 
ware Streets. Visitors see milk machines processing 
and packaging milk, chocolate milk and cottage 
cheese being made and ice cream being packaged. 
Tours daily, except Wednesday and Sunday, 8-10 
a.m. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. Group number: 20 
maximum. Advance notice of several days required. 
Contact Mr. Len Martin. Phone: 304 344-2511. 



DAILEY 

65 Coastal Lumber Company, P.O. Box 8. Manufac- 
turer of semifinished dimension lumber, industrial 
wood parts and structural wood members. Visitors 
tour two sawmills — Appalachian hardwood sawmill 
and dimension mill. Tours by appointment only. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Advance notice required. Contact G.N. Wilson, 
Vice President. Phone: 304 335-4315. 



FOLLANSBEE 

27 Koppers Company, P.O. Box M. Coal tar chemicals 
and petroleum products. Visitors tour a coal tar 
chemical plant. Tours Monday through Friday, by 
appointment only, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 2 
hours. No tours for two weeks during the summer. 
Group number: 50 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired. No sketches permitted. Very young children 
not admitted. Contact Mr. William Heitzer. Phone: 
304 527-01 10. 






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HUNTINGTON 

72 Huntington Publishing Company, 946 Fifth Avenue. 50 

Newspaper printing. Visitors see printing of news- 
paper with emphasis on computerized typesetting. 
Tours weekdays by appointment only. Group 
number: 25 maximum. Advance notice required. 
Children under 7 not admitted. Contact Mr. John 
Fearing, Public Service and Promotion Director. 
Phone: 304 696-5678. 

MARTINSBURG 

50 National Fruit Product Company, Inc., P.O. Box 
804. Producer of apple sauce, apple juice, sliced 
apples and vinegar. Tours Monday through Friday, 
8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tours available from September 
through December only. Tour length: 1 hour. Ad- 
vance notice of several days required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact Mr. Ralph Saville, 
Plant Manager. Phone: 304 267-8996. 

MILTON 

55 Blenko Glass Company, Inc., P.O. Box 67. Man- 
ufacturer of handmade glassware and colored win- 
dow glass. Visitors see handmade blown glass. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon 
and 12:30-4:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Ad- 
vance notice required for large groups. No sketches 
permitted. Phone: 304 743-9081. 

NEWELL 

28 Homer Laughlin China Company. Manufacturer of 
vitreous and semivitreous dinnerware. Tours Mon- 
day through Friday, 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 90 minutes to 2 hours. Advance notice of 
several days required. Small children not admitted. 
Contact the Main Office. Phone: 304 387-1300. 

PARSONS 

65 Hinchcliff Lumber Company, Box 508. Manufac- 
turer of wooden pallets, hardwood lumber and 
wooden containers. Visitors observe the process of 
rough lumber being made into pallets and wooden 
containers. Tours by appointment only. Tour length: 
30-45 minutes. Group number: 50 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Contact Mr. Don Wehr, General Man- 
ager. Phone: 304 478-2500. 

SUMMERSVILLE 

94 Bright of America, Inc., 300 Greenbrier Road. 
Manufacturer of wooden plaques, placemats, 
stationery, cards, albums and memo boards. Tour 
includes the distribution room, pressroom and 
warehouse. Tours weekdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 30-45 minutes. Advance notice required for 
large groups. No cameras or sketches permitted. 56 

Contact Edith Childress for large groups. Small 
groups may go to the plant during visiting hours. 
Phone: 304 872-3000. 



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WAYNE 

Ballard S. Farm Sausage, Inc., Route 2. Salad and 
sausage processing. Tours Monday through Wed- 
nesday by appointment, 10 a.m. Tour length: 1-2 
hours. Group number: 6-8. Advance notice re- 
quired. Contact Mr. Carlos R. Ballard, Sr. Phone: 
304 272-5147. 

WEIRTON 

Fort Steuben Metal Products Company, P.O. Box 
268. Manufacturer of shelving (housewares, indus- 
trial, display for stores). Visitors observe the com- 
plete process of making shelves. Tours by appoint- 
ment only. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 10 
maximum. Advance notice required. Limited trans- 
lation services available. Contact the Plant Super- 
visor. Phone: 304 748-6400. 

WHEELING 

Bloch Brothers Tobacco Company (General Cigar 
and Tobacco Company), 4000 Water Street. Man- 
ufacturers of smoking and chewing tobaccos. Vis- 
itors see the transformation from leaf state into 
various blended smoking and chewing tobacco pro- 
ducts. Tours weekdays by appointment, mornings 
only. Tour length: 90 minutes to 2 hours. No tours 
the last week of July, first week of August and from 
Christmas to New Year's. Group number: 4-10. 
Advance notice required. Contact Charles C. 
Beneke, General Manager. Phone: 304 232-4000. 

WILLIAMSTOWN 

Fenton Art Glass Company, P.O. Box 156. Man- 
ufacturer of handmade table and decorative 
glassware. Visitors see glass products being made 
by hand. Tours September through May, Monday 
through Friday, 8:40 a.m. to 4:20 p.m. and Tuesday 
and Thursday evenings, 5:20-7:20 p.m. From June 
through August tours every evening in addition to 
daytime hours. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance 
.notice required for large groups. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Phone: 304 375-6122. 



WISCONSIN 

ALGOMA 

Von Stiehl Winery, Inc., 115 Navarino Street. 
Cherry and apple wine, wine cheese and wine jelly. 
Tour includes rathskeller, bottling room and salon. 
Tours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. 
Phone:414 487-3102. 

APPLETON 

City Hall, 255 North Oneida Street. Afternoon 
tours. Tour length: 90 minutes. Advance notice 
required. Contact the City Clerk. Phone: 414 

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56 Fire Station No. 1, 700 North Drew Street. Tours 
Monday through Friday, starting at 1:15 p.m. Tour 
length: 30-45 minutes. Contact the Assistant Chief 
Training Officer. Phone: 414 733-4954. 

48 Memorial Florist & Greenhouses, 2320 South 
Memorial Drive. Tour length: 30-90 minutes. Ad- 
vance reservations required. Building accomodates 
wheelchairs. Contact Miss Sackett. Phone: 414 
731-3136. 

72 The Post C resent, 306 West Washington. Tours 
available with advance notice. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Group number: 20 maximum. Contact the Public 
Relations Department. Phone: 414 733-441 1. 

ASHLAND 

74 American Can Company, Ashland Mill. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 45 
minutes. Advance notice required for large groups. 
No cameras permitted. Children under 14 not admit- 
ted. Phone:715 682-4561. 

BERLIN 

62 Mid-Western Sport Togs, 150 West Franklin Street. 
Tanning and manufacturing of deerskin into "Dear- 
wear" brand gloves, jackets, handbags, moccasins, 
etc. Tours Tuesday and Thursday, from April 1 to 
October 31, 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Group tours can 
be arranged at other times by reservation. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Phone: 414 361-2555. 

CEDARBURG 

111 Stonemill Winery, corner of Washington and Bridge 
Streets. Tours daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone: 414 
377-8020. 

DE FOREST 

63 American Breeders Service, Route 1 . Animal breed- 
ing. Tours 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour 
and 45 minutes. Children must be accompanied by 
adults. Phone: 608 846-3721. 

DENMARK 

37 Lake to Lake Dairy Cooperative. Butter and milk 
powder manufacturing. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Children over 6 welcome if accompanied by parents. 
Phone:414 863-2131. 

EAU CLAIRE 

16 Walter Brewing Company, 318 Elm Street. Tours 
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Contact 
the office. Phone: 715 834-4193. 

18 WEAU-TV, South Hastings Way. Television sta- 
tion. Tours weekdays, 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Contact Chick Mauthe. Phone: 
715 832-3474. 

FERRYVILLE 

37 Ferry ville Cheese Company, Inc. Group tours by 
advance arrangement. Phone: 608 734-3031. 



FREMONT 

37 Union Star Cheese Factory, Route 1. Cheese 
making — Cheddar. Tours anytime from 8 a.m. to 2 
p.m. Children welcome. Phone: 414 836-2804. 

HALES CORNERS 

48 Boerner Botanical Gardens, Whitnall Park, 5879 
South 92nd Street. Visitors see displays of outdoor 
horticultural collections. Tours arranged by letter 
only. Group number: 25 minimum. Phone: 414 
425-1132. 

JANESVILLE 

52 The Parker Pen Company, 1400 North Parker Drive. 
Manufacturer of fountain pens, ball pens and 
mechanical pencils. Tours Monday through Thurs- 
day, 2 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m. No tours the first two 
weeks in July and Christmas week. No cameras 
permitted. Children under 12 must be accompanied 
by parents. Phone: 608 754-771 1 , Ext. 300. 

82 Wisconsin Power & Light Company, Highway 51. 
Rock River generating station. Tours Monday 
through Friday by reservation only. Group number: 
40 maximum. Contact Jim Dudley. Phone: 608 
362-6242. 

KENOSHA 

7 American Motors Corporation, 5626 — 25th Av- 
enue. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. and 
1:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours from 
mid-June through mid-August. Children must be 
accompanied by parents. Contact the Public Rela- 
tions Director. Phone: 414 658-6278. 

LA CROSSE 

47 Fish Control Laboratory, U.S. Bureau of Sport 
Fisheries and Wildlife, Riverside Park, Box 862. 
Fishery research — chemical, electrical control. 
Tours by appointment in laboratory. Tour length: 
40-45 minutes. Children under 14 admitted only in 
aquarium and holding house due to type of experi- 
ment being conducted. Science groups are welcome. 
Phone: 608 784-9666. 

16 G. Heileman Brewing Company, Inc., 925 South 
Third Street. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. 
to 3 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Children accom- 
panied by parents are welcome. Phone: 608 
785-1000. 

48 La Crosse Floral, Greenhouse and Floral Shop, 2900 
Cass Street. Large greenhouse: flowers and plants. 
Tours by appointment only from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Tour length: 40 minutes. Group number: 10 
minimum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Contact John F. Zoerb. Phone: 608 784-7500. 



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85 La Crosse Rubber Mills. Manufacturer of rubber 92 
footwear. Tours weekdays, 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. 

Group number: 35 maximum. Advance arrange- 
ments required. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Phone: 608 782-3020. 

MADISON 

56 Forest Products Laboratory, Forest Service, USDA, 

North Walnut Street. Forest products research. 16 

Tours Monday through Friday, 2 p.m. Tour length: 
90 minutes. Group tours by appointment only. No 
appointment needed for individuals or small family 
groups. Group number: 40 maximum. Children 
under 14 not admitted. Phone: 608 257-221 1 . 

73 Mautz Paint Company, 939 East Washington Av- 
enue. Tours Monday through Thursday by appoint- 
ment only. Tour length: 45 minutes. Group number: 
10-30. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Russell Luecke. Phone: 608 255-1661. 

47 Nevin Fish Hatchery, Fish Hatchery Road. Tours by 
appointment only. Individuals are welcome to in- 
spect grounds: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 
p.m.; weekends, 1-3 p.m. Phone: 608 266-1952. 

MANITOWOC 

37 Lake to Lake Dairy Cooperative, 2000 South 10th 

Street. Ice cream manufacturing. Tours 9 a.m. to 12 60 

noon. Tour length: 30 minutes. School tours for 4th 
grade and over. Children six and over are welcome 
if accompanied by parents. Phone: 414 684-3343. 

72 Manitowoc Herald-Times-Reporter, 902 Franklin 
Street. Visit anytime, but 1 p.m. preferred. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 15 maximum. Chil- 
dren under 12 not admitted. Phone: 414 684-4433. 
MARINETTE 16 

86 The Ansul Company, One Stanton Street. Firefight- 
ing equipment — industrial and agricultural chemi- 
cals. Tours Monday through Friday by appointment 
only. Tour length: 90 minutes. Visitors must be 
prepared to walk considerable distances. Cameras 

and sketching with permission only. Children under 92 

12 not admitted. Phone: 715 735-7411. 

MENASHA 

10 Best Bakery, 1 12 Appleton Street. Tours should be 
planned during the first part of the week in late 
morning and early afternoon. Tour length: 60-90 
minutes. Tours by appointment only. Contact the 
Owner. Phone: 414 725-1968. 

MILWAUKEE 

66 Allis-Chalmers Corporation, 1205 South 70th 

Street. Manufacturer of tractors, large electrical and 113 

mechanical power equipment. Tours by appointment 
only. No cameras permitted. Children under 12 not 
admitted. Contact the Visitors & Tour Bureau. 
Phone:414 475-2981. 



Goodwill Industries, Milwaukee Area, Inc., 6055 
North 91st Street. Rehabilitation center for the 
handicapped. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. 
and 2 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 10 not admitted. 
Contact Public Relations. Phone: 414 353-6400, 
Ext. 234. 

Miller Brewing Company, 4000 West State Street. 
Brewer of Miller High Life and Miller Lite, and 
distributor of Lowenbrau beer. Tours start at the new 
Tour Reception Center, continue through modern 
brewery and end in the Caves Museum. Tours 
Monday through Friday. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday 
tours available from May through November, 8 a.m. 
to 2 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. Cameras permit- 
ted in Caves Museum and other nontechnical areas 
of tour route. Children must be accompanied by an 
adult. Contact Miller Inn for tours. Phone: 414 
931-2153. 

Milwaukee Fire Department, 71 1 West Wells Street. 
Tours by appointment only. No tours conducted 
after 4 p.m. Children must be accompanied by an 
adult. Contact the Assistant Chief Robert Heind, 
Bureau of Administration. Phone: 414 347-2323. 

Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, 720 
East Wisconsin Avenue. Life insurance. Visitors 
view the operations of a large business firm, includ- 
ing the latest in office and accounting equipment. 
Tours by appointment only, 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 60-90 minutes. Contact Mrs. Dorothy 
Myron, Public Relations. Phone: 414 271-1444, 
Ext. 532. 

Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company, 234 West Galena 
Street. Brewer of Schlitz and Old Milwaukee beer, 
Schlitz malt liquor and Schlitz light. Tours 9 a.m. 
and 3:30 p.m. (every half hour during the busy 
months). Tour length: 45 minutes. Children must be 
accompanied by adults. Phone: 414 224-5252. 

Wisconsin Workshop for the Blind, 53 1 6 West State 
Street. Cocoa door mats. Tours by appointment 
only, Monday through Friday, 9:30-10 a.m., 
12:30-1 p.m. and 2:30-2:45 p.m. No more than 1 
tour booked per day. Tour length: 60 minutes. No 
cameras permitted without permission of employee. 
Children under 12 not admitted; school groups 
limited to 7th grade and up. Contact Evelyn Dewar. 
Phone:414 771-5311. 

MONROE 

Oakton Industries, Inc., Highway 69 South. Man- 
ufacturer of loud speakers. Tours by prior arrange- 
ment only. Tour length: 30 minutes. No cameras 
permitted. Children under 10 not admitted. Phone: 
608 325-2121. 



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MONTELLO 

65 American Woodworking Company, 263 Church 48 

Street. Tours Monday through Friday, 8-11:30 a.m. 
and 12 noon to 4 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. 
Children under 18 must be accompanied by parent. 
Phone:414 297-2131. 

MOSINEE 

74 Mosinee Paper Corporation. Tours Wednesday, 
1:30-3:30 p.m. Tour length: 90 minutes. Advance 
notice required for groups of more than 10. No 
cameras permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. 113 

Ladies should wear slacks and low-heeled shoes. 
Phone:715 693-2111. 

MT. STERLING 

37 Mt. Sterling Cheese Factory, Box 103. Manufac- 
turer of Cheddar cheese. Tours throughout the day 
beginning at 10 a.m. Phone: 608 734-3 151. 



RANDOLPH 

J. W. Jung Seed Company, Highway 73. Seeds, 
bulbs, flowers and printing of mail-order catalog. 
Tours by appointment only. Since this is a seasonal 
business, the best months for tours are late August 
and early September when the gladiolus fields are in 
bloom. Children must be accompanied by parents. 
Contact Tuenis T. Zontag. Phone: 414 326-3121 . 



REEDSBURG 

Hankscraft Division of Gerber Products Company, 
728 Booster Boulevard. Manufacturer of infant care 
products, including nursers, sterilizers, bottle 
warmers, feeding dishes, vaporizers, humidifiers, 
carry-all bags and bassinets. Tours weekdays by 
appointment. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Children must be accompanied by an adult. Phone: 
608 524-4131. 



OCONTO FALLS 

74 Scott Paper Company, Oconto Falls Mill, 106 Cen- 
tral Avenue. Tours Monday through Friday by 
appointment only, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 90 
minutes. No cameras permitted. Children must be 
accompanied by adults. Slacks and low-heels are 
recommended for ladies. Phone: 414 846-341 1. 

OSHKOSH 

113 Lenox Candle Company, 627 Bay Shore Drive. 
Tours by appointment only, 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. 
Tour length: 45 minutes. No tours during the 
Christmas season. Group number: 15 minimum. 
Children under 18 not admitted. Contact Jerry Lang. 
Phone:414 231-9620. 

93 St. Croix Corporation. Manufacturer of fishing 
poles. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. and 
2:15 p.m. Phone: 715 762-3226. 

PESHTIGO 

74 Badger Paper Mills, Inc. Manufacturer of business 
papers and specialty food wrap. Tours Monday 
through Friday, June 1 through Labor Day, 9-11 
a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Advance notice required for 
groups of more than 9. Children under 12 not 
admitted. Phone: 715 582-4551. 



RIPON 

61 Speed Queen Corporation, a McGraw-Edison Divi- 
sion, Shepard Street. Manufacturer of automatic 
washers and dryers. Tour length: 1 hour. Children 
under 14 not admitted. All tours must be scheduled 
through the Ripon Chamber of Commerce. Phone: 
414 748-6764. 



SAUK CITY 

111 The Wollersheim Winery, Highway 188, Prairie du 
Sac. Open daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Prior arrange- 
ments necessary. Phone: 608 643-6515. 



SHAWANO 

63 Midwest Breeders Cooperative. Cattle — artificial 
breeding service. Tours 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Phone: 715 526-2141. 



SHEBOYGAN 

11 Citizens Bank of Sheboygan, 636 Wisconsin Av- 
enue. Tours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. 
Contact Ken Kroening, Director of Publications. 
Phone:414 458-3511. 



PLOVER 

50 Del Monte Corporation. Tours Monday through 
Friday from July 15 through October 1 . Tour length: 
45-60 minutes. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
No cameras permitted. Women are required to wear 
hairnets or hats. Phone: 715 344-8285. 



37 Lake to Lake Dairy Cooperative. Manufacturer of 
milk and cottage cheese. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Children over 6 welcome if accompanied by parents; 
school tours limited to 4th grade and up. Phone: 414 
457-5566. 



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WISCONSIN 



SHEBOYGAN FALLS 

37 Gibbsville Cheese Company, Route 3 off Highway 
32 West on Cty. Trunk 00. Cheddar cheese man- 
ufacturer. Tours 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tour length: 
30 minutes. It is advisable to call for an appoint- 
ment. Phone: 414 564-3242. 

STEVENS POINT 

72 Worzalla Publishing Company, 3535 Jefferson 
Street. Tours Monday through Friday by prior ar- 
rangement. Tour length: 90 minutes. Advance 
notice of 1 week required for groups of more than 
20. Children under 15 not admitted. Phone: 715 
344-9600. 

STURGEON BAY 

44 The University of Wisconsin Experiment Station, 
Highway 42, North of Sturgeon Bay. Agricultural 
experiments with different types of fruits and flow- 
ers. Self-guided tours. 

WAUKESHA 

108 Waukesha Water Utility, 115 Delafield Street. 
Tours by advance arrangement, 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Children under 9 not admitted. 
Phone:414 542-6643. 

WAUPACA 

72 Waupaca County Post, Wisconsin State Farmer, 
Wisconsin Horsemen's News, Tri-County Adver- 
tiser, Picture Post, Commercial Web Printing. 
Tours Monday through Thursday by appointment. 
Phone: 715 258-5546. 

WISCONSIN RAPIDS 

48 Griffith State Nursery, Department of Natural Re- 
sources, Highway 13. Reforestation tree nursery. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
Phone:715 423-5670. 

WOODRUFF 

47 Woodruff State Fish Hatchery, Route 3. Warm 
water fish. The best months for tours are from 
mid-April to early June. Phone: 715 356-5212. 



WYOMING 

CASPER 

62 Bison & Buckskin Tanning Company, 1244 Schulte 
Avenue. Tannery producing bison leather and bison 
rugs. Visitors observe the procedures involved in 
producing bison leather and other products. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. Group number: 10-20. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. German, Czech and 
Hungarian translation available. No cameras permit- 
ted. Children not admitted. Contact Edmond Grub. 
Phone: 307 265-8894. 



72 Casper Star-Tribune, 111 South Jefferson. News- 
paper publishers. Complete tour of the plant. Tours 
daily, after 10 a.m. Advance notice preferred. Chil- 
dren under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. 
Contact Philip Mc Auley, Editor, or Thomas W. 
Howard, Publisher. Phone: 307 237-8451. 

75 Continental Oil Company, 152 North Durbin. 
Guided tour includes a visit to one of the crude oil 
producing fields, including waterflood and tank 
battery installations. Tours Monday through Friday, 
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. Group 
number: 20 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Contact W.C. Blackburn. Phone: 307 
234-7311. 

108 Pacific Power & Light Company, 2840 East Yel- 
lowstone. Jim Bridger Steam-Electric Generating 
Project, located 35 miles Northeast of Rock Springs. 
Visitors tour the 1,500,000 KW coal-fired steam- 
electric generating plant and a 5,000,000 tons per 
year coal mine supplying fuel for the generating 
plant. Tours Monday through Friday (weekends by 
prior arrangements), 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 2 hours. Advance notice of 1 week preferred. 
Contact Joe Munro, Manager, Jim Bridger Plant, or 
Larry Tabaka, Manager, Bridger Coal Company. 
Phone:307 382-9141. 

108 Pacific Power & Light Company, 2840 East Yel- 
lowstone. Dave Johnston Steam-Electric Generating 
Project, located 14 miles east of Casper. Visitors 
tour the 750,000 KW coal-fired steam-electric 
generating plant and a 3,000,000 tons per year coal 
mine supplying fuel for the generating plant. Tours 
Monday through Friday (weekends by prior ar- 
rangements), 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 2 
hours. Advance notice of 1 week preferred. Contact 
R.R. McLagan, Dave Johnston Plant, or Glen Goss, 
Manager, Mine. Phone: 307 436-2713. 

CHEYENNE 

20 Burkin Homes, 350 North American Road. Man- 
ufacturer of modular homes. Visitors see the produc- 
tion of modular homes, including a look at the 
finished product. Tours by appointment only. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Advance notice preferred. Contact 
John Shafer. Phone: 307 635-7995. 

87 Ideal- Aerosmith, Inc., 1505 East Fox Farm Road. 
Manufacturer of precision instruments. Tours by 
appointment, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 20 maximum. Advance notice 
of 1 week required. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Jack K. Woolrich. Phone: 307 634-7714. 



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27 Wycon Chemical Company, P.O. Box 1287. Nitro- 
gen fertilizer manufacturer (anhydrous ammonia, 
nitric acid, ammonium nitrate, urea and nitrogen 
solutions). A slide presentation is followed by a 
walking tour of the plant. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 60-90 min- 
utes. Group number: 40 maximum. Advance notice 
of 1 day required. No cameras permitted. Children 
under 16 not admitted. Contact T.G. Hayes, Per- 
sonnel and Safety Supervisor. Phone: 307 634-5981. 

72 The Wyoming Eagle and Wyoming State Tribune, 
110 East 17th Street. Newspaper publishing. Com- 
plete tour of newspaper producing plant includes the 
news department, composing room, pressroom and 
circulation department. Tours Monday through Fri- 
day, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 12 maximum. Advance notice of 1 
week preferred. Children under 13 not admitted. 
Contact R.R. Kelso, Promotion Manager, or R.S. 
McCraken, Publisher. Phone: 307 634-3361. 

53 Wyott Corporation, 1938 Wyott Drive. Manufac- 
turer of food service equipment. Tour includes entire 
manufacturing facility. Tours daily, 8 a.m. to 3:30 
p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Group number: 15 
maximum. Advance notice required. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Contact Harry L. Kembel, Per- 
sonnel Director. Phone: 307 634-5801. 

DOUGLAS 

75 Phillips Petroleum Company, P.O. Drawer H (2 
miles north of Douglas). Natural gas liquids plant 
(extract liquids from natural gas). Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 1 
hour. Group number: 2-10. Written notice of 6 
weeks required. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Contact F.E. Brown. Phone: 307 358-2191. 

EVANSVILLE 

102 Northwest Tool Company, Inc., 380 — 1st Street 
(P.O. Box 282, Casper, Wyoming). Remanufactur- 
ing drill bits; producing hole-openers, insert bits, as 
well as re-bearing rock bits. Visitors see the recondi- 
tioning of tool bits and production of hole-openers 
and insert bits. Tours Friday or Saturday, 9:30-11:30 
a.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. Group number: 10-15. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Children under 
16 not admitted. Contact N.F. "Jack" Smith or 
Julie Jackson. Phone: 307 234-0846. 

FRONTIER 

29 The Kemmerer Coal Company. Mining. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Contact Mr. Gerald P. Olsen. Phone: 307 877-4451. 



GILLETTE 

29 Amax Coal, Box 1880. Coal mining. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour length: 
1-2 hours. Group number: 15-20. Advance notice of 
1 week required. Contact Al Arnold. Phone: 307 
820-7295. 

29 Cordero Mining Company, P.O. Box 1440. Coal 
mine. Visitors observe the mining, crushing, con- 
veying and loading operations and environmental 
activities. Tours by appointment only. Advance 
notice preferred. Contact T.C. Richmond. Phone: 
307 682-8005. 

GREYBULL 

29 Wyo Ben Products, Inc., Box 529 (north of 
Greybull). Mining and processing of bentonite. Tour 
of the processing plant. Tours weekdays, 10 a.m. to 
3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group number: 
3-10. Advance notice of 1 week required. Children 
under 10 not admitted. Contact Mr. Chris J. 
Paustian. Phone: 307 765-4446. 

JACKSON 

50 Jackson Cold Storage & Distribution, Box "A". 
Ice, ice cream, smoked buffalo meat products and 
processing of wild game. Tour of the plant with an 
explanation of the operations. Tours Monday, 
Thursday and Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 
30 minutes. Group number: 5-15. Advance notice of 
1 week required. Contact John B. Dunlap, Presi- 
dent. Phone: 307 733-2600. 

68 Wedco Manufacturing, Inc., 175 Scott Lane. Man- 
ufacturing and fabricating steam cleaners and 
wrought iron. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance 
notice required. Contact William R. Van Deburg. 
Phone: 307 733-2336. 

MILLS 

17 Benton Clay Company, P.O. Box 819. Bentonite 
processing plant. Tour of plant facilities, including 
stockpile, dryer, screen plant, pulverizing unit, 
packaging and laboratory. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. 
Contact W.C. Gross, Plant Manager. Phone: 307 
265-1476. 

RIVERTON 

29 Federal American Partners, Star Route - Gas Hills. 
Mining and milling uranium. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. 
Group number: 4-8. Advance notice required. No 
sketches permitted. Children under 18 not admitted. 
Contact Thomas M. Hill. Phone: 307 856-9264. 



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27 Western Nuclear, Inc., P.O. Box 71. Manufacturer 
of sulphuric acid. Visitors observe all phases of 
manufacturing sulphuric acid. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 50 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Children under 16 not 
admitted. Contact W.L. McFarland. Phone: 307 
856-9217. 

ROCK SPRINGS 

29 Stansbury Coal Company, Box 2088. Coal mining. 
Tour includes surface facilities and an active panel. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Tour length: 2 hours. Group number: 6 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Children under 
18 not admitted. Contact Frank Mink. Phone: 307 
382-4340. 

SHERIDAN 

37 Jersey Creamery, Inc., 50 West Works. Processing 
and cartoning of milk products and making ice 
cream. Tours weekdays, except Wednesday, 9-11 
a.m. Advance notice preferred. Contact Mr. Harry 
Bodine. Phone: 307 672-2435. 

SHIRLEY BASIN 

29 Petrotomics/Getty Oil Company UJV, P.O. Box 
8146. Uranium mining and milling. Tour includes 
the mining operation, grinding, milling and packag- 
ing, including ancillory facilities. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1-4 
hours. No tours for two weeks in July. Group 
number: 40 maximum. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. Spanish and Portuguese translation avail- 
able. Contact J.H. Whitman, Manager, or Mr. Dane 
Jay. Phone: 307 356-4341 or 307 234-9341. 

SHOSHONI 

66 Chair & Yacht, Inc., 213 Pine Street. Visitors see 
how machines are made. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1-2 hours. 
Advance notice preferred. Contact Dean Clark. 
Phone: 307 876-2598. 

AMERICAN SAMOA 

PAGO PAGO 

18 Educational Television Center, Government of 
American Samoa. Visitors see how classroom in- 
struction in television schools is based on instruc- 
tional television, including the production of les- 
sons. Tours Tuesday and Thursday, 2-3:30 p.m. 
Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 15 maximum. 
Samoan translation available. Contact the Manager 
of KVZK-TV. Phone: 633-4191. 



37 Meadow Gold Samoa, Ltd., P.O. Box 1360. Prod- 
uction of milk, ice cream and juices. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 1-20. Advance notice of 2 
days required. Samoan translation available. Con- 
tact the Manager. Phone: 633-4431 . 

54 Senior Citizen and Handicraft Center, Government 
of American Samoa. Handicrafts. Visitors see the 
making of pandanus leaces items and wood carv- 
ings. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tour length: 20 minutes. Advance notice of 2 
days required. Samoan translation available. Con- 
tact Mr. Penei McFeeley. Phone: 633-5182. 

50 Van Camp Seafood Company - Samoa, P.O. Box 
957. Seafood. Visitors observe tuna and fish proces- 
sing and packing. Tours Monday through Friday, 
9-1 1 a.m. on production days only. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group tours only. Samoan translation 
available. No cameras or sketches permitted. Con- 
tact the Manager. Phone: 633-5272. 



PUERTO RICO 

AGUADILLA 

89 Aguadilla Shoe Corporation, Road 111 K1H3 Bo 
Palmar Road to Moca. Tours Monday through 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. 
No tours from December 20 to January 7. Group 
number: 10 maximum. Advance notice required. No 
sketches permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Luis Quinones, Plant Manager. Phone: 809 
891-0302. 

AIBONITO 

81 To-Ricos, Inc., Km. 47.9, Road 14, P.O. Box 646. 
Tour of plant showing poultry processing. Tours 
■ Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 15 minutes. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Advance notice required. Children under 10 not 
admitted. Contact Cruz A. Medina, Plant Superin- 
tendent. Phone: 809 735-3991. 

ANASCO 

68 Standard Pressed Steel, Inc. Road 402, Km. 1.6, 
Bo Marias. Manufacturer of precision fasteners. 
Tour includes plant offices and plant facilities. 
Tours available with advance notice, 9-11 a.m. and 
1-3 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. No tours from 
December 22 to January 10. Spanish translation 
available. No sketches permitted. Children must be 
accompanied by an adult. Contact Robert Conrad, 
General Manager. 



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ARECIBO 

53 Rapid Electric Company of Puerto Rico, Inc. , Indus- 
trial Zeno Gandia, Bo Cotto, Road 129 Lares. 
Manufacturer of metal cabinets. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 
30 minutes. No tours the week of Christmas and the 
week of New Year's. Group number: 12 maximum. 
Advance notice required. Spanish translation avail- 
able. No sketches permitted. Children under 18 not 
admitted. Contact Mr. Elison Acosta, Manager. 
Phone: 809 878-0220. 

BARCELONETA 

76 Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Inc., P.O. Box 628. Man- 
ufacturer of pharmaceutical products (diabenese, 
sinequan, antivert). Tour includes the chemical 
plant, production area, quality control laboratories 
and shipping area. Tours Monday through Friday, 
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Group 
number: 4-8. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Spanish translation available. No cameras or 
sketches permitted. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Victor Rodriguez or Manuel Calderun. 
Phone: 809 846-4300. 

BAYAMON 

65 Boricua Wood Processing, Inc., Box 912. Manufac- 
turer of pressure-treated lumber. Tour includes a 
description of the process of pressure-treating 
lumber, quality control system, sampling, etc. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour 
length: 1 hour. Group number: 20 maximum. Ad- 
vance notice of 2 days required. Spanish translation 
available. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Rafael Vincenty, President. Phone: 809 786-0808. 
5 Carol Foundation, Inc., Industrial Corujo, Building 
10. Brassieres manufacturer. Tour includes the cut- 
ting and sewing rooms, with complete explanation 
of operations. Tours Monday afternoon and Tuesday 
and Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Spanish translation available. Contact Joaquin 
Silver. Phone: 809 786-5735 or 809 786-5838. 

53 Hamacas De Puerto Rico, Jacinto St. 3T 24 Lomas 
Verdes. Manufacturer of hammocks and glass furni- 
ture. Tours Monday through Saturday, 3 p.m. Ad- 
vance notice of 1 week required. Spanish translation 
available. No sketches permitted. Contact Mrs. 
Edith Colon. Phone: 809 787-1958. 

53 Metal Doors, Inc., Minillas Industrial Park, Lot 68. 
Manufacturer of bi-fold metal doors for closets. 
Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours for two weeks at 
Christmas. Group number: 3-6. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact Jose A De La Torre. Phone: 
809 787-1235. 



73 Napko Corporation, Calle Cno. 12, Luchetti. Paint 
factory. Tours Tuesday and Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Spanish translation available. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Contact Elena 
Quinones, Controller. Phone: 809 785-2945. 



21 Panelfab Puerto Rico, Inc., State Road 174, No. 32 
Minillas Industrial Park. Manufacturer of prefabri- 
cated metal and honeycomb core panels for build- 
ings. Tours available with advance notice. Tour 
length: 35-45 minutes. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Children under 18 not admitted. Contact 
Mr. Jose Rapaport, Panelfab International Corpora- 
tion, 1600 N.W. Lejeune Road, Miami, Florida 
33126. Phone: 305 871-2100. 



CANOVANAS 

77 Montilla Records of Puerto Rico, Inc., P.O. Box 
594. Phonograph records and tape duplicating — 
studio recordings. Tours Monday through Friday, 
9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 5-25. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. Spanish, Portuguese and Italian translation 
available. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
Fernando J. Montilla. Phone: 809 876-2560. 



CAPARRA HEIGHTS 

113 Buxeda Caskets, Inc., Urb. Ind. San Miguel Calle 
3. Manufacturer of wooden and metal caskets. 
Visitors see the manufacturing of caskets from raw 
material to finished products. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 15-20 
minutes. Advance notice of 3 days required. Chil- 
dren under 12 not admitted. Contact Astrid Alemany 
Buxeda. Phone: 809 782-3147. 



CAROLINA 

68 Caribbean Metal Fabricators, Inc., Ext. Ind. El 
Comandante, R Street, Building No. 3. Custom 
metal fabrication — kitchen and cafeteria equipment 
for industry, hospitals, schools and hotels. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-4 
p.m. No tours from December 15 through January 
15. Advance notice of 1 week required. Spanish and 
French translation available. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Contact D.B. Whitlock, General Sales 
Manager. Phone: 809 769-0358, 809 769-0315, 809 
769-0304, 809 768-0679 or 809 768-1731. 



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General Battery International Corporation, Km. 0.8. 
Carr. 887, Edificio No. 6. Manufacturer of au- 
tomobile batteries and battery electrolyte. Tour in- 
cludes manufacturing facilities, warehouse, truck 
fleet operations and a 20-minute film on battery 
manufacturing. Tours available by prior arrange- 
ment. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours from December 
20 through January 7. Group number: 50 maximum. 
Advance notice required. Spanish translation avail- 
able. No cameras or sketches permitted. Children 
under 18 not admitted. Contact Mr. Roberto Garcia 
or Mr. Mitchell Wolcott. Phone: 809 769-2880. 



Nylon Products Corporation of Puerto Rico, 65th 
Infantry Road, Km. 10.6, P.O. Box 1107. Injection 
molding of plastic parts and components. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 2-5 
p.m. No tours the last two weeks in December and 
first week in January. Group number: 5 maximum. 
Advance notice required. No cameras or sketches 
permitted. Contact the General Manager. Phone: 
809 769-3070. 



CEIBA 

Ceiba Sportswear, Inc., Road No. 3, Km. 54, Hm 
8. Manufacturer of children's sportswear. Tours 
Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. No 
tours in December. Group number: 5 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact Dominic DiFiore, General 
Manager. Phone: 809 793-2130. 



COAMO 

53 Las Flores Metalarte, Inc., Carr. 153, Km. 12.1 Bo 
Las Flores. Manufacturer of furniture (ornamental 
iron and wood) and kitchen cabinets. Tour of plant 
includes a brief description and explanation of pro- 
ducts produced. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 5 p.m. No tours during Christmas season. 
Group number: 10 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired. Spanish, German and Czech translation 
available. Children under 18 not admitted. Contact 
Jesus M. Rivera, General Manager, or Gilberto 
Rodriguez, Manager. Phone: 809 825-1508. 



CATANO 

53 Morales Hermanos, Inc., Edificio No. T-10, Ur- 
banizacion Industrial Las Palmas (Postal address: 
P.O. Box 2103, Bayamon, Puerto Rico 00619). 
Manufacturer of mattresses and box springs. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour 
length: 20 minutes. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Advance notice of 3 days required. No sketches 
permitted. Contact Pedro Morales Cintron, General 
Manager. Phone: 809 788-1253 or 809 788-0042. 



GUANICA 

49 Molinos Nacionales, Inc., Carr. 333, Km. 1 .9, P.O. 
Box 1016. Flour and feed mill (biscuit, cake, 
bakers' flour and formula feed). Tour includes the 
production departments, production control labora- 
tory and test bakery. Tours Tuesday through Friday, 
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. Group 
number: 15 maximum. Advance notice of 1 week 
required. French, German and Spanish translation 
available. Contact F.R. Wicker, Vice President 
Technical Operations. Phone: 809 842-3385, 809 
821-2220 or 809 821-4090. 



CAYEY 

Cayey Industries, Inc., Building 6, Industrial Av- 
enue, G.P.O. Box 1127. Manufacturer of knitted 
goods — women's sweaters and men's shirts. Tour 
includes the knitting department, sewing room, 
finishing department, dyeing department, shipping 
department and general office. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. No tours the week of Christmas and New 
Year's. Group number: 20 maximum. Advance 
notice of 1 week required. Spanish translation avail- 
able. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
Santiago Torres, Plant Manager. Phone: 809 
738-2132. 



GUAYNABO 

Olympic Mills Corporation, Carr. No. 20, Km. 3.4, 
Box AA. Manufacturer of men's and boy's under- 
ware. Tour includes all departments and the exhibi- 
tion room, with special emphasis on the labor 
system. Tours Monday through Friday, 8-11 a.m. 
and 1-3 p.m. Tour length: 30-45 minutes. No tours 
from December 22 to January 8. Advance notice of 
1-2 days Spanish translation available. Contact 
Lourdes Carvajal de Paniagua, Public Relations. 
Phone: 809 782-1319 or 809 790-2441. 



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HATO REY 

17 Casa Del Barro, Inc., Final F.A. Costa 1047, Urb. 
Tres Monjitas. Ceramics manufacturer — slip, 
ceramic vases, figurines, ceramic supplies. Tour of 
the production areas includes the four stages of 
producing finished ceramics and the production of 
raw materials. Tours Tuesday and Thursday, 10 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours 
from July 20 to August 1 and December 15 to 
January 15. Group number: 6-20. Advance notice of 
1 week required. Spanish and Yiddish translation 
available. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 10 not admitted. Contact Jeffrey L. Cohn 
or James A. Miraglia. Phone: 809 764-6284 or 809 
764-6974. 



68 Hernandez Enterprises, Inc., 511 Carolina Street. 
Metal-working factory, producing various sheet 
metal products, including gutters, downspouts, 
ductwork, etc., and stainless steel sinks, tables, 
special orders, etc. A walking tour shows the 
equipment and production capabilities based upon 
what is being produced at the time. Tours Tuesday 
and Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 
30 minutes. No tours during the Christmas season. 
Group number: 2-10. Advance notice required. 
Spanish translation available. Children under 12 not 
admitted. Contact Mr. C.S. Publow. Phone: 809 
767-5458 or 809 767-5461. 



83 Ramallo Bros. Printing, Inc., Duarte 227. 
Printers — color separations, books, brochures, 
newspapers, posters, magazines, forms, etc. The 
tour shows the everyday operations of a modern 
printing plant. Tours Monday through Friday, 9 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 
5-10. Advance notice of 1 week required. Spanish 
translation available. No sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 12 not admitted. Contact Esteban 
Ramallo, President. Phone: 806 765-8670. 



ISABELA 

87 Kent Meters, Inc., Carr 112, Km. 2.4. Manufac- 
turer of water meters. Tour includes various depart- 
ments, commencing with the plastics section, stamp- 
ing, etc. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours for two weeks at 
Christmas. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance 
notice required. Spanish translation available. Con- 
tact Gloria Rodriquez. Phone: 809 872-2515 or 809 
872-2006. 



LAS PIEDRAS 

53 InterRoyal - Puerto Rico, Inc., Las Piedras Indus- 
trial Park, No. 8. Manufacturer of office furniture 
(metal) and health care furniture. Visitors see the 
various processes of the plant, including upholster- 
ing, painting, welding, etc. Tours Wednesday, 9-1 1 
a.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours from De- 
cember 24 to January 8. Group number: 3-5. Ad- 
vance notice of 1 week required. Spanish translation 
available. Children under 12 not admitted. Contact 
M. Novoa, Jr., Controller. Phone: 809 733-6291. 

MAYAGUEZ 

1 Carborundum Company, Post St. No. 497 S. Abra- 
sives manufacturer — grinding wheels, ceramic cut- 
ting tools, and heating elements. Tour commences 
with a reception in the General Manager's office, 
followed by a tour of the Bonded Abrasives Plant 
and Graphite Products Plant. Tours Tuesday, Wed- 
nesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour 
length: 30-45 minutes. No tours from December 17 
to January 12. Group number: 2-8. Advance notice 
of 1 week required. Spanish translation available. 
No cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 
18 not admitted. Contact R. Revoroi, Vice 
President-General Manager. Phone: 809 832-1070. 

PONCE 

36 Buena Vista Dairy, Inc., Bo Sabanetas. Visitors 
observe the receiving of raw milk, pasteurization 
and homogenization of the milk, and the packaging, 
storing and loading operations. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 30 
minutes. Group number: 10-30. Advance notice of 1 
week required. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Mr. Jose L. Cabassa, Manager, or Mr. 
Baltazar Santiago, Controller. Phone: 809 842-1245 
or 809 842-1246. 

50 Ford Gum & Machine Company, Inc., Puerto Rico, 
Ponce Bypass - Reparada Development Road No. 2. 
Manufacturer of chewing gum. Visitors see how 
gum is produced, formed, coated, polished, branded 
and packed. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. 
to 2 p.m. Tour length: 45 minutes. No tours for three 
weeks at Christamas. Group number: 12 maximum. 
Advance notice of 2 days required. Spanish transla- 
tion available. Children under 12 not admitted. 
Contact Martin J. Kermer. Phone: 809 842-3351. 

29 Marmoles El Rey, Inc., Carretera 503 cruce Carr. 
504, Bo Tibes. Marble quarry. Visitors see the 
quarrying, cutting and polishing of Puerto Rican 
marble. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Group number: 24 maximum. Advance notice 
required. Italian and Spanish translation available. 
Children under 10 not admitted. Contact Benny 
Rivera. Phone: 809 842-6275. 



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68 Texas Pipe Bending Company of Puerto Rico, 511 50 

St., Km. 1 . 1 Bo Real Anon. Pipe fabricators (pipe 
bends, pipe coils and welded headers). Tours Tues- 
day and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 2 
hours. Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Spanish 
translation available. Contact Mr. Carmelo 
Rodriguez, Plant Manager. Phone: 809 842-5250. 

RIO GRANDE 

7 Stanric, Inc., Road No. 3, Km. 23.7, Las Flores 

Ind. Park. Manufacturer of automotive parts (point 76 

sets, condensers). Tours Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 30 minutes. No tours 
during December. Group number: 10 maximum. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Spanish transla- 
tion available. No cameras or sketches permitted. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Mr. 
Jose A. Rey, General Manager. Phone: 809 
887-2130. 

RIO PIEDRAS 

4 Cristales y Aluminio, Inc., Km. 6.5, Esq. Calle 
Guadiana, Carr. 838, Entrada Urb. El Cerezal. 
Distributors of glass, mirror and aluminum pro- 
ducts. Tours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group number: 5-15. 85 

Advance notice of 1 week required. Children under 
12 not admitted. Contact Miguel Arias, President. 
Phone: 809 763-0060 or 809 763-4935. 



87 Endevco Puerto Rico Division, Ganges 114. Man- 
ufacturer of accelerometers. Tours Tuesday and 
Thursday, 9:30-10:30 a.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No 
tours from December 20 to January 7. Group 
number: 5 maximum. Advance notice of 5 days 
required. Spanish translation available. No cameras 
or sketches permitted. Children under 12 not admit- 
ted. Contact Robert J. Cabery, General Manager. 
Phone: 809 763-4730. 



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65 Imperial Wood Products, Inc. of Puerto Rico, No. 
13 Avenue Simon Madera. Visitors see the assem- 
bly of kitchen cabinets and vanities. Tours Monday 
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour length: 30 
minutes. No tours from December 22 to January 12. 39 

Group number: 30 maximum. Advance notice of 2 
days required. Contact Mr. Carlos Rodriguez. 
Phone:809 766-2102. 

113 Puerto Rico Signs, Inc., 355 Guipuzcoa, Urb Val- 
encia. Visitors see the making of signs (mostly 
traffic) and their supports. Tours Thursday, 2-3 p.m. 
Group number: 5 maximum. Advance notice re- 
quired. Spanish and French translation available. 
Contact Mr. Miguel A. Millares, President and 
Administrator. Phone: 809 765-2016. 



Superva Food Products, Inc. Manufacturer of meat- 
filled turnovers and other local foods. Visitors see 
the mixing, preparation and packaging of products. 
Tours weekdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 15 
minutes. Group number: 6 maximum. Contact Linda 
Caraballo. Phone: 809 767-0256. 



SAN GERMAN 

Cooper Laboratories, Inc., Box 367, Carr 362. 
Pharmaceuticals. Tour includes visit to two separate 
plants for sterile and oral pharmaceutical produc- 
tion. Tours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 12 
noon and 2-4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours 
from December 15 to January 6. Group number: 10 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 day required. 
Spanish and French translation available. No 
cameras or sketches permitted. Children under 14 
not admitted. Contact J.J. Snyder, Plant Manager. 
Phone: 809 892-2245. 



SAN JUAN 

Ambrosiani Hnos, Inc., Box 7326 Bo Obrero Sta- 
tion. Retreading tires for industrial and passenger 
vehicles. Tours Tuesday through Thursday, 9 a.m. 
to 12 noon. Tour length: 15-20 minutes. Group 
number: 4 maximum. Advance notice preferred. 
Spanish translation available. Contact Raul 
Rodriguez, Manager. Phone: 809 767-3320 or 809 
763-0570. 



Attache Enterprises, Inc., 249 San Jose Street. 
Designer and manufacturer of fine jewelry. Tours 
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Group 
number: 5-10. Advance notice of 1 week requiied. 
Children under 12 not admitted. Contact Felix 
Laporte. Phone: 809 723-9067 or 809 723-9142. 



Bacardi Corporation, P.O. Box G3549. Rum man- 
ufacturer. Tour includes the distillery, bottling 
plant, small museum, grounds and free drinks at the 
Pavilion. Tours Monday through Friday, 9, 10, 
10:30 a.m., 12 noon and 1, 2, 3, 3:30 p.m. Tour 
length: 20 minutes. No tours from mid-December to 
mid-January. Group number: 50 maximum. Spanish 
translation available. Cameras are permitted with 
certain restrictions. Official request for tour is re- 
quired when visitors (foreign or stateside) are from 
competitive industries. Contact Mario S. Belaval, 
Vice President. Phone: 809 784-1560. 



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50 Productos Borden, Inc., Hato Tejas Industrial Park, 
Highway 2, Km. 15 Bayamon (GPO Box 4265, San 
Juan, Puerto Rico). Meat processing — fresh meat 
products, cured and smoked meat products, sausage 
products. Tour shows the production lines in opera- 
tion, storage and warehousing facilities and support 
operations behind the facilities. Tours Monday 
through Thursday, 8:30-11:30 a.m. and 1:30-3:30 
p.m. Tour length: 20-30 minutes. Group number: 20 
maximum. Advance notice of 1 week required. 
Spanish translation available. No cameras permit- 
ted. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an 
adult. Contact the Merchandising and Promotion 
Manager or Plant Manager. Phone: 809 787-4050. 



YAUCO 

43 Rodenstock Corporation, 25 Julio Road, Industrial 
Park Lots 1-2. Manufacturer of eyeglass frames. 
Visitors see the preparation, manufacturing, as- 
sembling and warehouse areas. Tours Tuesday, 
Wednesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour 
length: 30 minutes. No tours for two weeks at 
Christmas. Group number: 10 maximum. Advance 
notice of 2 weeks required. German, Spanish, Ita- 
lian and Portuguese translation available. Cameras 
permitted in specified areas only. Children under 12 
not admitted. Contact David S. Cabassa, Plant 
Manager. Phone: 809 856-0640 or 809 856-0540. 



SAN LORENZO 

99 Electronic Knitting Ind., Inc., Road 183, Cerro 
Gordo Industrial Park, P.O. Box 1011. Textile 
Industry — polyester fabric, heat transfer printing, 
etc. Visitors observe the knitting, printing and 
shipping of products. Tours Tuesday and Wednes- 
day, 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Tour length: 30 minutes. 
Group number: 2-4. Advance notice of 2 weeks 
required. German, Spanish and Italian translation 
available. No cameras or sketches permitted. Chil- 
dren under 12 not admitted. Contact Roberto 
Granier, President. Phone: 809 736-4956. 



TOA ALTA 

21 Airelite Insulation, Inc., Carr. No. 861, Km. 4.3. 
Manufacturer of urethane roof insulation board, 
urethane honeycomb panels and urethane foam- 
molded components. Tours Monday through Friday, 
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours from 
December 24 to January 10. Advance notice of 3 
days required. Spanish and French translation avail- 
able. Children not admitted. Contact Bill Colon, 
Plant Manager, or Peter Abolila. Phone: 809 
766-0220, 809 787-8020 or 809 786-8835. 



VIRGIN ISLANDS 

ST. CROIX 

87 Atlantic Time Products, Box 549, Orange Grove, 
Christiansted. Assembly of watch movements. Vis- 
itors observe the processes in assembling watch 
parts to finished movements, and quality controls in 
assembly of watch movements for parent company, 
Bulova Watch Company. Tours weekdays, 8 a.m. to 
12 noon and 1-4 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. No tours 
during Christmas holidays. Group number: 4-20. 
Advance notice of 1 week required. Japanese and 
Spanish translation available. No sketches permit- 
ted. Children under 16 not admitted. Contact 
Richard J. Law, General Manager. Phone: 809 
773-1191. 



ST. THOMAS 

99 Laga Industries, Ltd., Estate Tutu. Textile mill — 
manufacturing double knit fabrics. Tour of entire 
production facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, 
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour length: 1 hour. Group 
number: 1-10. Advance notice required. Translation 
available for French, Spanish, Russian, German, 
Yiddish and Czech. Contact Anthony Bloch. Phone: 
809 775-0790. 



VILLALBA 

87 Medtronic Puerto Rico, Inc., Road 149, Km. 56.3, 
Box M. Medical equipment manufacturer — 
pacemaker systems for the heart. Visitors tour the 
plant and see movies about the products and 
facilities. Tours Monday through Friday, 8-11 a.m. 
and 2-4 p.m. Tour length: 2 hours. No tours from 
December 18 to January 18. Group number: 5-10. 
Advance notice of 2 weeks required. Children not 
admitted. No cameras or sketches permitted. Con- 
tact Santos M. Lugo, Director of Operations. Phone: 
809 847-3500. 



INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION INDEX 



151 



Code Page 

1 Abrasives 4, 47, 147 

2 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 32, 33, 34, 

66,96,113 

3 Aircraft, Missiles, Space Equipment 12,13,14, 

15, 18, 36, 43, 54, 57, 67, 87, 93, 104, 1 10, 
131, 136 

4 Aluminum 65, 70, 128, 136, 148 

5 Apparel and Accessories 1, 4, 5, 13, 20, 21, 42, 

44, 45, 54, 56, 59, 61, 62, 63, 65, 68, 71, 72, 

74, 75, 79, 87, 88, 93, 100, 101, 104, 105, 
106, 107, 108, 114, 115, 122, 123, 125, 127, 
128, 131, 145, 146 

6 Artificial Limbs, Braces and Aids 

7 Automobiles, Automotive Parts and Accessories 

17, 29, 37, 41, 46, 49, 72, 94, 96, 98, 100, 
115, 120, 127, 139, 146, 148 

8 Awnings, Canopies, Canvasses 

9 Bag Manufacturers 63 

10 Bakeries and Bakery Equipment 5,10,19,21, 

24, 32, 42, 43, 44, 64, 66, 68, 78, 94, 95, 
101, 102, 104, 113, 121, 126, 133, 140 

11 Banks 10,15,18,19,20,23,50,58,67,81,83, 

89, 113, 121, 141 

12 Beverages 4, 6, 37, 41, 52, 59, 68, 76, 84, 102, 

106, 123, 128 

13 Board of Trade, Credit Associations 23 

14 Boats 2,3,12,14,42,44,54,57,116,135,136 

15 Boxes, Baskets, Barrels 131 

16 Breweries 9, 14, 50, 51, 60, 66, 75, 77, 82, 89, 

109, 113, 122, 123, 124, 136, 139, 140 

17 Brick and Clay Products 19, 25, 38, 62, 74, 88, 

98, 102, 117, 120, 127, 143, 147 

18 Broadcasting and Television Stations 9,15,19, 

21, 23, 25, 42, 44, 57, 58, 59, 70, 76, 80, 82, 
83, 87, 88, 89, 95, 99, 102, 113, 121, 134, 
139, 144 

19 Brushes, Brooms, Mops 50 

20 Building Construction 11, 51, 65, 90, 108, 110, 

142 

21 Building Materials, Equipment 13, 35, 36, 44, 

75, 110, 127, 131, 132, 145, 149 

22 Business Machines, Systems, Business 

Forms 13, 43, 66, 73, 75, 129 

23 Canning 21,49, 104 

24 Carpets and Rugs 17,18,116 

25 Cement and Asphalt Manufacture 29, 68, 70, 

76, 118, 122 

26 Cereal Processing 48 

27 Chemicals 1, 2, 18, 19, 23, 29, 47, 53, 62, 64, 

71, 86, 94, 112, 124, 127, 129, 137, 143, 
144 

28 China, Porcelain, Silver, Fibre and Metal Ta- 

bleware 78, 85, 121, 138 



Code Page 

29 Coal, Copper, Gold, Silver, Ore Mines and 

Quarries 3, 22, 26, 27, 29, 65, 69, 76, 79, 
80, 117, 143, 144, 147 

30 Communications and Equipment 3, 4, 7, 8, 10, 

12, 15, 21, 39, 70, 75, 84, 87, 88, 89, 95, 96, 
110 

31 Concrete, Granite, Marble and Stone Products 

16, 18, 22, 30, 65, 75, 76, 77, 79, 86, 111, 
117, 118, 120 126, 129, 130, 132, 133 

32 Confectioners 7, 23, 37, 45, 70, 109, 111, 135 

33 Containers and Packaging 5, 10, 17, 19, 30, 41, 

47,66,68,97,98, 100, 127 

34 Copper Refining 3,41 

35 Cosmetics, Perfumes, Toilet Goods 6,34,132 

36 Dairies — Dairy Associations 1, 2, 4, 13, 20, 44, 

69, 72, 80, 105, 106, 107, 113, 147 

37 Dairy Products 35, 54, 68, 70, 74, 75, 76, 86, 

90, 91, 98, 100, 104, 118, 127, 128, 129, 

130, 132, 133, 137, 139, 140, 141, 142, 144 

38 Dams 69, 70, 71, 103, 105, 106, 107, 137 

39 Distilleries 27, 36, 37, 38, 44, 81, 92, 104, 148 

40 Electrical Products, Appliances and Equipment 

4, 17, 32, 35, 45, 59, 60, 63, 68, 85, 103, 
108, 126, 127, 131 

41 Electronics 3,8,23,30,36,41,55,69,74,76, 

77, 84, 104, 106, 107, 118, 127, 133 

42 Engineering, Research and Development 2, 3, 

7, 19, 27, 45, 47, 53, 71, 114, 130, 136 

43 Eyeglass Manufacturers and Equipment 46,76, 

127, 149 

44 Farms, Farm Cooperatives 53, 61, 80, 90, 100, 

105, 116, 125, 128, 131, 132, 142 

45 Farm Machinery and Equipment, Construction 

Machinery 5, 26, 33, 34, 35, 49, 57, 58, 
63, 72, 73, 75, 86, 89, 90, 93, 99, 102, 109, 

111, 117, 119, 124 

46 Firearms 

47 Fish Hatcheries 6, 57, 103, 104, 133, 139, 140, 

142 

48 Florists, Nurseries, Orchards, Garden Products 

and Equipment 1, 3, 5, 9, 10, 12, 19, 20, 
21, 23, 25, 34, 51, 56, 70, 72, 73, 86, 87, 98, 
103, 105, 106, 116, 139, 141, 142 

49 Flour and Feed Mills 2, 10, 12, 23, 34, 60, 71, 

72,75,77,90, 116, 117, 118, 122, 127, 129, 

131, 146 

50 Food Processing, Packaging, and Distribution 

2, 5, 6, 8, 14, 15, 17, 20, 24, 26, 35, 38, 40, 
44, 46, 48, 49, 50, 5 1 , 52, 53, 56, 57, 58, 59, 
65, 69, 70, 71, 74, 75, 83, 84, 86, 88, 90, 91 , 
95, 97, 99, 101, 103, 104, 105, 108, 111, 

112, 118, 124, 128, 129, 130, 131, 135, 138, 
141, 143, 144, 147, 148, 149 



152 



INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION INDEX 



?ode Pag? 

51 Foundries 1,28,29,31,39,41,45,64,69,76, 

85, 115, 122 

52 Fountain Pen and Pencil Manufacturers 34,139 

53 Furniture, Fixtures, Equipment — Household 

and Commercial 13, 18, 20, 25, 27, 28, 
30, 36, 42, 43, 44, 45, 49, 51, 54, 56, 60, 61, 
64, 80, 82, 83, 84, 85, 100, 101, 103, 111, 

119, 120, 121, 125, 126, 127, 128, 130, 132, 
143, 145, 146, 147 

54 Gifts, Novelties, and Jewelry 2, 20, 21, 46, 83, 

117, 144, 148 

55 Glass 14,35,41,80,91,106,110,111,138 

56 Government Agencies — Federal, State, County 

and City 12, 13, 24, 25, 27, 36, 42, 58, 60, 
83, 89, 94, 100, 101, 102, 103, 113, 114, 
133, 138, 139, 140 

57 Hair Preparation 

58 Hardware 53 

59 Ice and Fuel 62, 123 

60 Insurance 1 1 , 15, 83, 92, 93, 99, 140 

61 Laundry and Laundry Equipment, Drycleaning 

12, 133, 141 

62 Leather and Leather Products 15, 22, 31, 75, 

103, 111, 139, 142 

63 Livestock 5,37,54,55,56,60,70,99,101,122, 

123, 139, 141 

64 Luggage 

65 Lumber, Wood Products, Millwork 3,5,17,18, 

22, 23, 28, 31, 32, 40, 45, 48, 49, 50, 52, 55, 
58, 61, 62, 69, 70, 79, 88, 90, 103, 104, 105, 
106, 107, 108, 114, 117, 118, 120, 127, 128, 

129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 136, 137, 138, 141, 
145, 148 

66 Machinery 3,4,11,13,27,31,32,33,34,35, 

39, 41 , 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 5 1 , 52, 53, 54, 55, 
56,61,62,67,71,90,96,97, 102, 118, 120, 
126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 133, 135, 140, 144 

67 Meatpacking— Slaughtering 33, 42, 49, 62, 69, 

72, 73, 75, 83, 96, 101, 104, 111, 117, 118, 

120, 134 

68 Metal Fabrication, Smelting, Metal Finishing 3, 

4, 8, 9, 14, 16, 28, 30, 32, 39, 45, 46, 47, 
50, 62, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 7 1 , 72, 74, 75, 77, 
88, 90, 92, 97, 98, 99, 100, 107, 108, 109, 
111, 112, 114, 117, 128, 131, 132, 133, 134, 
138, 143, 144, 145, 147, 148 

69 Military Bases — Army, Navy, Air Force 15, 27, 

36, 115 

70 Mints 10, 110, 112 

71 Musical Instruments 28, 35, 104, 127, 129 

72 Newspapers, Books, Periodicals, Publishers 3, 

7, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 21, 24, 33, 

40, 41, 42, 45, 48, 53, 55, 56, 59, 63, 64, 65, 
67, 68, 74, 76, 77, 78, 80, 82, 87, 89, 92, 93, 
94,95,96,99, 103, 104, 105, 112, 113, 115, 
117, 118, 120, 121, 122, 124, 125, 126, 129, 

130, 131, 132, 135, 136, 138, 139, 140, 142, 
143 



Code Page 

73 Paint and Varnish 16, 17, 28, 41, 66, 70, 94, 

131, 140, 145 

74 Paper Manufacturing 1, 16, 19, 40, 46, 47, 50, 

54, 57, 62, 80, 96, 98, 103, 104, 105, 106, 
115, 116, 119, 122, 123, 126, 131, 132, 135, 
139, 141 

75 Petroleum, Lubricants, Petroleum Equipment 

11, 20, 39, 50, 62, 69, 101, 103, 122, 124, 
135, 142, 143 

76 Pharmaceuticals — Medical Supplies 26, 30, 59, 

63, 69, 73, 74, 78, 91, 112, 114, 115, 126, 
128, 129, 131, 145, 148 

77 Phonographs, Phonograph Records and Record- 

ing Studios 6, 39, 145 

78 Photography, Motion Pictures, Equipment and 

Supplies 47, 122 

79 Plastics 4,31,40,46,48,54,65,66,67,72,77, 

78, 91, 96, 104, 107, 109, 116, 117, 122, 
128, 130, 146 

80 Plumbing and Heating Equipment, Stoves and 

Ranges 18, 29, 47, 67, 1 17, 1 18, 124, 132 

81 Poultry 33, 43, 61, 87, 99, 109, 144 

82 Power Plants 16, 21, 26, 37, 38, 44, 47, 49, 53, 

69, 70, 71, 79, 81, 82, 83, 85, 86, 88, 90, 
110, 115, 117, 118, 120, 124, 125, 133, 134, 
139 

83 Printing, Advertising, Exhibits 8, 16, 30, 31, 

33, 41, 43, 45, 46, 55, 58, 63, 64, 68, 69, 76, 
87, 90, 94, 103, 104, 106, 114, 116, 121, 
126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 147 

84 Pumps— Gasoline, Oil, Water 20,29,33,39,71 

85 Rubber Products 4, 11, 16, 23, 35, 42, 46, 74, 

83,91,95, 97, 109, 112, 119, 133, 140, 148 

86 Safety and Firefighting Equipment, Alarms 24, 

44,48,70,71,74, 105, 106, 140 

87 Scientific and Precision Instruments, Meters 4, 

25, 33, 34, 43, 44, 74, 77, 103, 107, 108, 
114, 119, 123, 125, 128, 132, 136, 142, 147, 
148, 149 

88 Shipbuilding, Ports and Docks 1,2,8, 9, 12, 14, 

86, 89, 106, 107, 134 

89 Shoes, Shoe Products, Footwear 42, 52, 123, 

137, 144 

90 Shopping Centers; Planned Industrial Com- 

munities 11, 86, 105 

91 Soaps and Detergents 42, 48, 110, 121 

92 Social Service Industries 6, 39, 58, 59, 61, 64, 

65, 66, 80, 91, 92, 94, 105, 113, 120, 140 

93 Sporting Goods — Recreational Equipment 30, 

40, 50, 52, 60, 74,, 75, 101, 125, 128, 129, 

132, 133, 141 

94 Stationery, Office Supplies, Greeting Cards 25, 

30, 36, 45, 64, 68, 100, 105, 138 

95 Steel 1, 1 1, 29, 32, 76, 79, 86, 93, 97, 98, 102, 

104, 108, 114, 118, 128 

96 Stock Exchanges, Investment Companies, Mer- 

cantile Exchanges, Brokers 7, 24, 81 

97 Sugar Refineries 40,91,124 



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153 



Code Pug? 

98 Supermarkets, Department Stores 15, 24, 42, 94 

99 Textiles— Textiles Products 2, 12, 18, 36, 45, 

47, 57, 73, 78, 79, 82, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 
105, 106, 108, 115, 116, 119, 123, 126, 127, 
129, 130, 149 

100 Tile 85 

101 Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes and Smoking Arti- 

cles 14, 37, 38, 66, 69, 82, 83, 84, 89, 134, 
138 

102 Tool Manufacturers 32, 34, 43, 46, 59, 67, 74, 

86, 101, 105, 109, 115, 116, 117, 132, 143 

103 Toys 5, 33, 46, 64, 95, 129, 132 

104 Trading Stamps 

105 Trailers, Tractors, Mobile Equipment 21, 28, 

31, 34, 35, 40, 51, 56, 61, 63, 70, 71, 72, 84, 
85, 90, 97, 104, 105, 118, 127, 129 



Cuile Page 

106 Transportation — Air, Bus, Rail, Steamship 2, 

3, 7,9, 71,89, 102 

107 Trucking 18,82,83 

108 Utilities 3,7,8,9,10,19,24,29,30,43,45,46, 

47, 78, 79, 81, 93, 107, 112, 116, 135, 137, 
142 

109 Vending Machines 5, 43, 76, 108 

110 Warehouses— Storage 9,52,72,77,85 

111 Wineries 5,6,7,8,9,26,52,55,66,78,81,82, 

91,92,97,98, 104, 106, 107, 111, 137, 138, 
139, 141 

112 Wholesale and Retail Merchandising43, 103, 134 

113 Miscellaneous Manufacturing 28, 31, 34, 46, 

47, 63, 67, 74, 90, 91, 110, 112, 115, 125, 
129, 131, 133, 140, 141, 145, 148 



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